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smuggle

verb
 
/ˈsmʌɡ·l/ ( present participle smuggling, past tense and past participle smuggled)
to take something into or out of a place in an illegal or secret way
~を密輸する, こっそり持ち込む/ 持ち去る
He was arrested for smuggling drugs.
smuggler /ˈsmʌɡ·lər/ noun
密輸業者, 密輸人
drug smugglers
smuggling /ˈsmʌɡ·lɪŋ/ noun [no plural]
密輸
tobacco smuggling
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