pirate

  • 41pirate — [ˈpaɪrət] noun [C] I someone who steals things from ships while they are sailing II verb [T] pirate [ˈpaɪrət] to illegally make copies of computer programs, books, videos, or CDs pirated adj …

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  • 42pirate — / paɪrət/ noun a person who copies a patented invention or a copyright work and sells it ■ verb to copy a copyright work ● a pirated book ● The designs for the new dress collection were pirated in the Far East. ■ adjective copied without… …

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  • 43pirate — [15] A pirate is etymologically someone who makes an ‘attempt’ or ‘attack’ on someone. The word comes via Latin pīrāta (where the notion of a ‘sea robber’ first emerged) from Greek peirātés ‘attacker, marauder’, a derivative of the verb peiran… …

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  • 44pirate — n. & v. n. 1 a a person who commits piracy. b a ship used by pirates. 2 a person who infringes another s copyright or other business rights; a plagiarist. 3 (often attrib.) a person, organization, etc., that broadcasts without official… …

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  • 45pirate — I. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Middle French or Latin; Middle French, from Latin pirata, from Greek peiratēs, from peiran to attempt more at fear Date: 14th century one who commits or practices piracy • piratical adjective • piratically… …

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  • 46Pirate — noun a) someone connected with any of a number of sports teams known as the , as a fan, player, coach etc. b) someone connected with , as a fan, player, coach etc …

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  • 47pirate — sb. == a kind of ship. Alys. 6182 …

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  • 48pirate — pi·rate || paɪərÉ™t adj. of who commits sea robbery; illegally copied (Computers) n. one who commits sea robbery; one who steals copyrighted or patented materials; one who illegally copies or uses computer software (Computers) v. steal… …

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  • 49pirate — steal, take someone else s property, bootleg, rabbit    His computer is loaded with pirated games and movies all stolen …

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  • 50pirate — wicing …

    English to the Old English

  • 51pirate — n. Corsair, buccaneer, picaroon, freebooter, sea robber, sea rover …

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  • 52pirate — pi·rate …

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  • 53pirate — pi•rate [[t]ˈpaɪ rət[/t]] n. v. rat•ed, rat•ing 1) a person who robs or commits illegal violence at sea or on the shores of the sea 2) naut. navig. a ship used by such persons 3) a person who uses or reproduces the work or invention of another… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 54pirate —   Pōwā, pōwā moku, pōwā ma ka moana …

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  • 55pirate — an. pirato, a, e (Albanais, Saxel). E. : Avare …

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  • 56pirate — One guilty of the crime of piracy …

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  • 57pirate — An enemy of the human race. One who roves the sea in an armed vessel without commission or passport from any government, solely on his own authority, and for the purpose of seizing by force, and appropriating to himself without discrimination… …

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  • 58Pirate's Lair on Tom Sawyer Island — is an artificial island surrounded by the Rivers of America at Disneyland. It contains caves with references to Disney s Pirates of the Caribbean film trilogy, Mark Twain characters from the novel The Adventures of Tom Sawyer , and provides… …

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  • 59Pirate Cinema — is a do it yourself cinema. Recently Pirate Cinema has been associated with groups in Berlin, Copenhagen and Helsinki, were local Pirate Cinema groups are associated with the anti copyright movement and squatting. [… …

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  • 60Pirate informatique — Pirate (homonymie) Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. « Piratage » redirige ici. Pour le piratage numérique, voir Contrefaçon numérique. Un p …

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