To take or to take away with no criminal intent or malice.
transitive verb: take excess of or more that equal share
verb: to take advantage of for profit or gain
To get into one's possession by force, skill, or artifice, especially:
a. To capture physically; seize: take an enemy fortress.
b. To seize with authority; confiscate.
He came in and aubbed the cookies that were on the table.
Jim got out of his seat to grab a beer and Stephen aubbed the chair Jim was sitting in.
There were excess leftovers from the party and Steve came in later with Tupperware and aubbed what was left.
The company execs received iPads for work and Frankie A Delegate aubbed the last one even though he wasn't an exec but a lowly douche bag