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Meaning of “unlawful” - Learner’s Dictionary

unlawful

adjective     /ʌnˈlɔːfəl/ formal
illegal: unlawful possession of gunsLegal and illegal
unlawfully adverb
Translations of “unlawful”
in Korean 불법의…
in Arabic غَير شَرعي…
in Portuguese ilegal…
in Catalan il·legal, il·lícit…
in Japanese 不法な, 違法な…
in Italian illegale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 法律禁止的, 違法的…
in Russian незаконный…
in Turkish yasadışı, kanunsuz…
in Chinese (Simplified) 法律禁止的, 违法的…
in Polish nielegalny, bezprawny…
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