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booty

noun uk   /ˈbuː.ti/ us    /-t̬i/

booty noun (STOLEN GOODS)

[U] any valuable things or money stolen by an army at war or by thieves

booty noun (BODY PART)

[C] US slang the part of the body that you sit on
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Translations of “booty”
in Spanish botín…
in French butin…
in German die Kriegsbeute, die Ausbeute…
in Chinese (Traditional) 贓物, 戰利品,掠奪物, 贓款…
in Russian награбленное добро, трофеи…
in Turkish ganimet, çapul, yağma…
in Chinese (Simplified) 赃物, 战利品,掠夺物, 赃款…
in Polish łup…
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