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English definition of “bootleg”
/ˈbuːtleɡ/ verb [I or T] (-gg-) COMMERCE, E-COMMERCE, LAW
› to illegally make, copy, or sell something: The movie has already been widely bootlegged. bootlegger noun [C] › In the US, bootleggers face up to three years in prison if they are caught recording a movie in a theater. bootlegging noun [U] › Almost one in two retailers in the UK claimed bootlegging in alcohol and tobacco had risen.