The correct answer is steal.
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The correct answer is (D) To steal (money or other property entrusted to one's care); to divert (money, etc.) fraudulently for one's own purposes.
Embezzle comes from Middle English embesilen, Anglo-French embeseillier (to make away with, destroy) from em (put into) + Old French besillier (ravage)
Examples of use:
- The bank officer embezzled funds for several years.
- Without adequate controls, someone could embezzle money.