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Translation of "contraband" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

contraband

noun [U]
 
 
/ˈkɒn.trə.bænd/ US  /ˈkɑːn-/
goods which are brought into or taken out of the country secretly and illegally
违禁品;走私货
The lorry contained thousands of pounds worth of contraband.
这辆卡车装有价值几千英镑的走私货。
Trafficking and racketeering
contraband
 
 
adjective
contraband cigarettes/goods
走私香烟/货
Trafficking and racketeering
Translations of “contraband”
in Vietnamese hàng lậu…
in Spanish contrabando…
in Thai สินค้าเถื่อน…
in Malaysian barang gelap…
in French contrebande…
in German die Schmuggelware…
in Chinese (Traditional) 違禁品, 走私貨…
in Indonesian barang terlarang…
in Russian контрабанда…
in Turkish kaçak/sirkat eşya/mal…
in Polish kontrabanda, towary z przemytu…
(Definition of contraband from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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