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Translation of "smuggle" - English-Spanish dictionary

smuggle

verb /ˈsmaɡl/
to bring (goods) into, or send them out from, a country illegally, or without paying duty
pasar de contrabando
He was caught smuggling (several thousand cigarettes through the Customs).
to send or take secretly
pasar a escondidas
I smuggled some food out of the kitchen.
smuggler noun a person who smuggles
contrabandista
a drug smuggler.
smuggling noun
contrabando
the laws against smuggling drug smuggling.
(Definition of smuggle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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