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Meaning of “contraband” - Learner’s Dictionary

contraband

noun [U]     /ˈkɒntrəbænd/
goods that are brought into or taken out of a country illegallyTrafficking and racketeering
Translations of “contraband”
in Spanish contrabando…
in Vietnamese hàng lậu…
in Thai สินค้าเถื่อน…
in Malaysian barang gelap…
in French contrebande…
in German die Schmuggelware…
in Indonesian barang terlarang…
in Chinese (Simplified) 违禁品, 走私货…
in Turkish kaçak/sirkat eşya/mal…
in Russian контрабанда…
in Chinese (Traditional) 違禁品, 走私貨…
in Polish kontrabanda, towary z przemytu…
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