1. n. The pre-meditated, organized robbery of a bank, shop, warehouse or other location

2. v. To steal any item, to take something which does not belong to you.
1. Pauly and Slim Jim planned the bank heist weeks in advance.

2. Someone heisted my car radio and all my c-d's last time I parked on that street.
by the pope June 08, 2004
Pronunciation: \hīst\
Function: Verb

To successfully execute a highly strategic, meticulously planned mission, led by a diverse, specialized tiger team of experts in efforts to gain, or regain something of tremendous value.
Example Sentences:

The rapidly growing Washington, DC-based, creative fast company helped clients heist the best of their brands, marketing efforts, events and talent, then transformed them into something priceless.
by SHI 360 April 26, 2014
Pronunciation: \hīst\
Function: Verb

To successfully execute a highly strategic, meticulously planned, mission led by a diverse, specialized tiger team of experts in efforts to gain, or regain something of tremendous value.
Example Sentences:

The rapidly growing Washington, DC-based fast company helped clients heist the best of their brands, marketing efforts, events and talent, and transform them into something priceless.
by SHI 360 April 26, 2014
A verb used to denote that one had sexual relations with another but leaves out the details. Sexy, but leaves out intimate details leaving listeners wanting more. Mysterious sexual adventures. Comes from German.
"Dude, i totally heisted that awesome hot girl last night. Did you get any?"
by Stevie Castillo August 23, 2007

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