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smug·gling

 (smŭg′ə-lĭng, smŭg′lĭng)
n.
The criminal offense of intentionally and secretively bringing an item into a country without declaring it to customs officials and paying the associated duties or taxes, or of bringing a prohibited item into a country.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.smuggling - secretly importing prohibited goods or goods on which duty is due
importation, importing - the commercial activity of buying and bringing in goods from a foreign country
gunrunning - the smuggling of guns and ammunition into a country secretly and illegally
Translations
تَهْريبتَهْرِيب
pašování
smuglerismugling
salakuljetus
krijumčarenje
csempészet
smygl
密輸
밀수
pašovanie
tihotapstvo
smuggling
การลักลอบนำเข้า
sự buôn lậu

smuggling

[ˈsmʌglɪŋ]
A. Ncontrabando m
B. CPD smuggling ring Nred f de contrabando, red f de contrabandistas

smuggling

[ˈsmʌgəlɪŋ] ncontrebande f

smuggling

nSchmuggel m

smuggling

[ˈsmʌglɪŋ] ncontrabbando

smuggle

(ˈsmagl) verb
1. to bring (goods) into, or send them out from, a country illegally, or without paying duty. He was caught smuggling (several thousand cigarettes through the Customs).
2. to send or take secretly. I smuggled some food out of the kitchen.
ˈsmuggler noun
a person who smuggles.
ˈsmuggling noun
the laws against smuggling; drug-smuggling.

smuggling

تَهْرِيب pašování smugleri Schmuggeln λαθρεμπόριο contrabando salakuljetus contrebande krijumčarenje contrabbando 密輸 밀수 smokkelen smugling przemyt contrabando контрабанда smuggling การลักลอบนำเข้า kaçakçılık sự buôn lậu 走私
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