English version

steal a kiss

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsteal a kisssteal a kissKISSto kiss someone quickly when they are not expecting it steal
Examples from the Corpus
steal a kissAs a matter o' fact we sat on this very seat, an' if I remember rightly, I stole a kiss.She was a beauty and he'd often wanted to steal a kiss, but had had enough sense not to try.He embraced her in bars without any embarrassment and stole kisses in shop doorways, no matter who was passing by.
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