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  • 1 furtivo

    adj.
    furtive, sly, covert, hole-and-corner.
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    1 furtive
    \
    caza furtiva poaching
    pesca furtiva poaching
    * * *
    furtivo, -a
    1. ADJ
    1) (=ilegal) [persona] furtive; [edición] pirated

    cazador/pescador furtivo — poacher

    2) (=astuto) sly, stealthy
    2.
    SM / F (=persona) poacher
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    - va adjetivo
    a) ( ilegal)

    la caza/pesca furtiva — poaching

    b) <mirada/caricia> furtive
    * * *
    = sneaky [sneakier -comp., sneakiest -sup.], stealthy [stealthier -comp., stealthiest -sup.].
    Ex. The article carries the title 'Holdouts and other sneaky vendor tactics: no one profits when providers keep searchers from finding information'.
    Ex. In stepping away from the genre's glamorous robberies and flashy lifestyle, this stealthy, potent movie tracks down the British gangster icon to its inevitable end.
    ----
    * agente furtiva = infiltrator.
    * cazador furtivo = poacher.
    * caza furtiva = poaching.
    * echar una mirada furtiva a = steal + a glance at.
    * * *
    - va adjetivo
    a) ( ilegal)

    la caza/pesca furtiva — poaching

    b) <mirada/caricia> furtive
    * * *
    = sneaky [sneakier -comp., sneakiest -sup.], stealthy [stealthier -comp., stealthiest -sup.].

    Ex: The article carries the title 'Holdouts and other sneaky vendor tactics: no one profits when providers keep searchers from finding information'.

    Ex: In stepping away from the genre's glamorous robberies and flashy lifestyle, this stealthy, potent movie tracks down the British gangster icon to its inevitable end.
    * agente furtiva = infiltrator.
    * cazador furtivo = poacher.
    * caza furtiva = poaching.
    * echar una mirada furtiva a = steal + a glance at.

    * * *
    furtivo1 -va
    1
    (ilegal): la caza/pesca furtiva poaching
    2 ‹mirada/caricia› furtive
    me enjugué una lágrima furtiva ( liter); I wiped away a silent tear ( liter)
    furtivo2 -va
    masculine, feminine
    poacher
    * * *

    furtivo
    ◊ -va adjetivo

    a) ( ilegal):

    la caza/pesca furtiva poaching;

    un cazador furtivo a poacher
    b)mirada/caricia furtive

    furtivo,-a
    I adjetivo furtive, stealthy
    caza/pesca furtiva, poaching
    II sustantivo masculino y femenino poacher
    ' furtivo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    cazador
    - cazadora
    - furtiva
    English:
    eavesdropper
    - furtive
    - poacher
    - shifty
    - sneak
    - sneaky
    - stealthy
    - surreptitious
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    furtivo, -a
    adj
    1. [mirada, sonrisa] furtive;
    Literario
    una lágrima furtiva recorrió su rostro a silent tear slid down her cheek
    2. [ilegal]
    cazador/pescador furtivo poacher;
    la caza/pesca furtiva poaching
    nm,f
    [cazador, pescador] poacher
    * * *
    adj furtive
    * * *
    furtivo, -va adj
    : furtive
    furtivamente adv

    Spanish-English dictionary > furtivo

  • 2 hacer las leyes más estrictas

    (v.) = tighten + laws
    Ex. This article describes Pakistan's initiatives for stopping piracy including tightening the copyright laws and halting the purchase of pirated editions by libraries.
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    (v.) = tighten + laws

    Ex: This article describes Pakistan's initiatives for stopping piracy including tightening the copyright laws and halting the purchase of pirated editions by libraries.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hacer las leyes más estrictas

  • 3 ilegal

    adj.
    illegal.
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    1 illegal
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    adj.
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    ADJ illegal, unlawful
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    adjetivo <venta/comercio> illegal, unlawful; <inmigrante/huelga> illegal
    * * *
    = illicit, pirated, illegal, bootleg, back-street, piratical, wrongful, unlicensed, fly-by-night, against the law.
    Ex. The commandment KOLN see COLOGNE should be sufficient cause for the rejection of the illicit proposal to establish OPERA -- KOLN.
    Ex. Beadle and Adams of New York's 'dime and nickel novels' included both new books and pirated English novels retailing as paperbacks at 10 cents a volume.
    Ex. The closed shop (an industry or organization in which employers may hire only union members) is illegal, as is the union shop (where union membership is mandatory for all employees included in a bargaining unit).
    Ex. Sometimes described as a ' bootleg' preacher, Will Campbell professes a great love and affection for Country Music.
    Ex. Women should be free to have legal abortions so that they are not 'forced' to go to ' back-street' abortionists.
    Ex. Their secondary aim was to print piratical, scurrilous and bawdy material for the people of Dublin.
    Ex. Something must be done to resolve freelance authors' rights to remuneration for wrongful use of their property.
    Ex. Loan sharks are unlicensed lenders, they operate illegally and away from any sort of regulation that governs the financial industry.
    Ex. What I was reading about looked like a really genuine and reliable way of earning good money that didn't involve some fly-by-night, get-rich-quick scheme.
    Ex. Is it not against the law to release a drunk back into society who may be still under the infuence?.
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    * bebida alcohólica ilegal = moonshine.
    * caza ilegal = poaching.
    * declarar ilegal = outlaw.
    * destilería ilegal = moonshine still.
    * droga ilegal = illicit drug.
    * entrada ilegal = trespassing.
    * fabricante ilegal de bebidas alcohólicas = moonshiner.
    * inmigración ilegal = illegal immigration.
    * inmigrante ilegal = illegal alien.
    * ocupación ilegal = squat, squatting.
    * prácticas ilegales = unlawful practices.
    * reproducción ilegal de libros = book piracy.
    * ser ilegal = be against the law.
    * sustancia ilegal = illegal substance.
    * tráfico ilegal de drogas = illicit drug trafficking.
    * vendedor ilegal de bebidas alcohólicas = moonshiner.
    * * *
    adjetivo <venta/comercio> illegal, unlawful; <inmigrante/huelga> illegal
    * * *
    = illicit, pirated, illegal, bootleg, back-street, piratical, wrongful, unlicensed, fly-by-night, against the law.

    Ex: The commandment KOLN see COLOGNE should be sufficient cause for the rejection of the illicit proposal to establish OPERA -- KOLN.

    Ex: Beadle and Adams of New York's 'dime and nickel novels' included both new books and pirated English novels retailing as paperbacks at 10 cents a volume.
    Ex: The closed shop (an industry or organization in which employers may hire only union members) is illegal, as is the union shop (where union membership is mandatory for all employees included in a bargaining unit).
    Ex: Sometimes described as a ' bootleg' preacher, Will Campbell professes a great love and affection for Country Music.
    Ex: Women should be free to have legal abortions so that they are not 'forced' to go to ' back-street' abortionists.
    Ex: Their secondary aim was to print piratical, scurrilous and bawdy material for the people of Dublin.
    Ex: Something must be done to resolve freelance authors' rights to remuneration for wrongful use of their property.
    Ex: Loan sharks are unlicensed lenders, they operate illegally and away from any sort of regulation that governs the financial industry.
    Ex: What I was reading about looked like a really genuine and reliable way of earning good money that didn't involve some fly-by-night, get-rich-quick scheme.
    Ex: Is it not against the law to release a drunk back into society who may be still under the infuence?.
    * bebida alcohólica ilegal = moonshine.
    * caza ilegal = poaching.
    * declarar ilegal = outlaw.
    * destilería ilegal = moonshine still.
    * droga ilegal = illicit drug.
    * entrada ilegal = trespassing.
    * fabricante ilegal de bebidas alcohólicas = moonshiner.
    * inmigración ilegal = illegal immigration.
    * inmigrante ilegal = illegal alien.
    * ocupación ilegal = squat, squatting.
    * prácticas ilegales = unlawful practices.
    * reproducción ilegal de libros = book piracy.
    * ser ilegal = be against the law.
    * sustancia ilegal = illegal substance.
    * tráfico ilegal de drogas = illicit drug trafficking.
    * vendedor ilegal de bebidas alcohólicas = moonshiner.

    * * *
    ‹venta/comercio› illegal, unlawful; ‹inmigrante› illegal; ‹huelga› illegal
    funciona de manera ilegal it operates illegally
    la importación de ese tipo de artículo es ilegal it is illegal o against the law to import that type of article
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    ilegal adjetivo
    illegal;

    ilegal adjetivo illegal

    ' ilegal' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    compinche
    - desaguisado
    - enredar
    - importación
    - ocupante
    - pirata
    - tapadera
    - falluca
    - furtivo
    English:
    against
    - illegal
    - insider dealing
    - insider trading
    - law
    - lawful
    - squatter
    - squatting
    - stranglehold
    - tapping
    - tighten up
    - unlawful
    - wetback
    - outlaw
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    adj
    illegal;
    de forma ilegal illegally
    nmf
    [inmigrante] illegal immigrant, US illegal; [trabajador] illegal worker, US illegal
    * * *
    adj illegal
    * * *
    ilegal adj
    : illegal, unlawful
    ilegalmente adv
    ilegal nmf, CA, Mex : illegal alien
    * * *
    ilegal adj illegal

    Spanish-English dictionary > ilegal

  • 4 novela a duro

    Ex. Beadle and Adams of New York's ' dime and nickel novels' included both new books and pirated English novels retailing as paperbacks at 10 cents a volume.
    * * *

    Ex: Beadle and Adams of New York's ' dime and nickel novels' included both new books and pirated English novels retailing as paperbacks at 10 cents a volume.

    Spanish-English dictionary > novela a duro

  • 5 pirata

    adj.
    1 pirate (barco, ataque).
    2 pirate.
    f. & m.
    1 pirate.
    pirata del aire hijacker
    pirata informático cracker, hacker
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    1 pirate
    1 HISTORIA pirate
    \
    pirata aéreo hijacker
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    noun mf.
    * * *
    1. SMF
    1) (=corsario) pirate
    2) (Inform)

    pirata informático/a — hacker

    3) (Literat) * plagiarist
    4) * (=granuja) rogue, scoundrel
    5) (Com) cowboy, shark
    6) * (=persona cruel) hard-hearted person
    2.
    ADJ
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    I
    a) < barco> pirate (before n)
    b) ( clandestino) <casete/copia> pirate (before n), bootleg (before n) (colloq)
    c) (Ven) ( de mala calidad) poor, shoddy (colloq)
    II
    masculino y femenino
    a) (Náut) pirate
    b) (de casetes, videos) pirate
    * * *
    = pirated, pirate, stealth, bootleg, raider, piratical, buccaneer.
    Ex. Beadle and Adams of New York's 'dime and nickel novels' included both new books and pirated English novels retailing as paperbacks at 10 cents a volume.
    Ex. Library users fall into 4 groups: (1) patrons, who are considerate, grateful and undemanding; (2) 'pests' -- the inconsiderate; (3) 'pirates' who steal, deface and mutilate library property and materials; (4) 'vampires' whose enquiries make excessive demands upon the librarian's time.
    Ex. A business dependency on sophisticated information systems makes it vulnerabble to stealth attacks.
    Ex. Sometimes described as a ' bootleg' preacher, Will Campbell professes a great love and affection for Country Music.
    Ex. To explore this possibility, the library sought to create access via the Internet to a small set of its materials relevant to the famous Confederate raider, the CSS Alabama.
    Ex. Their secondary aim was to print piratical, scurrilous and bawdy material for the people of Dublin.
    Ex. The barnacled cannons found in the coastal waters off Catalina Island are thought to belong to a ship once captained by the notorious buccaneer William Kidd.
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    * barco pirata = pirate ship.
    * pirata aéreo = hijacker [highjacker].
    * pirata del correo publicitario no solicitado = spammer.
    * pirata informático = hacker, computer hacker.
    * * *
    I
    a) < barco> pirate (before n)
    b) ( clandestino) <casete/copia> pirate (before n), bootleg (before n) (colloq)
    c) (Ven) ( de mala calidad) poor, shoddy (colloq)
    II
    masculino y femenino
    a) (Náut) pirate
    b) (de casetes, videos) pirate
    * * *
    = pirated, pirate, stealth, bootleg, raider, piratical, buccaneer.

    Ex: Beadle and Adams of New York's 'dime and nickel novels' included both new books and pirated English novels retailing as paperbacks at 10 cents a volume.

    Ex: Library users fall into 4 groups: (1) patrons, who are considerate, grateful and undemanding; (2) 'pests' -- the inconsiderate; (3) 'pirates' who steal, deface and mutilate library property and materials; (4) 'vampires' whose enquiries make excessive demands upon the librarian's time.
    Ex: A business dependency on sophisticated information systems makes it vulnerabble to stealth attacks.
    Ex: Sometimes described as a ' bootleg' preacher, Will Campbell professes a great love and affection for Country Music.
    Ex: To explore this possibility, the library sought to create access via the Internet to a small set of its materials relevant to the famous Confederate raider, the CSS Alabama.
    Ex: Their secondary aim was to print piratical, scurrilous and bawdy material for the people of Dublin.
    Ex: The barnacled cannons found in the coastal waters off Catalina Island are thought to belong to a ship once captained by the notorious buccaneer William Kidd.
    * barco pirata = pirate ship.
    * pirata aéreo = hijacker [highjacker].
    * pirata del correo publicitario no solicitado = spammer.
    * pirata informático = hacker, computer hacker.

    * * *
    1 ‹barco› pirate ( before n)
    2 (clandestino) ‹casete/copia› pirate ( before n), bootleg ( before n) ( colloq)
    3 ( Ven) (de mala calidad) poor, shoddy ( colloq)
    1 ( Náut) pirate
    2 (de casetes, etc) pirate
    los piratas del ordenador computer hackers
    Compuestos:
    hijacker, skyjacker ( journ)
    pirata informático, pirata informática
    hacker
    * * *

     

    pirata adjetivo
    a) barco pirate ( before n)

    b) ( clandestino) ‹casete/copia pirate ( before n), bootleg ( before n) (colloq)

    ■ sustantivo masculino y femenino
    a) (Náut) pirate;


    b) (de casetes, videos) pirate

    pirata
    I adjetivo
    1 pirate
    2 (copia ilegal) pirate, bootleg
    II sustantivo masculino y femenino
    1 pirate
    pirata aéreo, hijacker
    pirata informático, hacker
    2 (literatura, música, etc) plagiarist
    ' pirata' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    emisora
    English:
    bootleg
    - buccaneer
    - cowboy
    - hacker
    - inform
    - pirate
    - hijacker
    * * *
    adj
    1. [barco, ataque] pirate
    2. [radio, edición, vídeo] pirate;
    [casete, grabación] bootleg
    3. Am [profesional, servicio] cowboy;
    un electricista pirata a cowboy electrician
    nmf
    1. [corsario] pirate
    pirata aéreo hijacker;
    pirata del aire hijacker;
    pirata informático cracker, hacker
    2. Am [mal profesional] cowboy
    * * *
    I adj pirate atr
    II m/f pirate
    * * *
    pirata adj
    : bootleg, pirated
    pirata nmf
    1) : pirate
    2) : bootlegger
    3)
    pirata aéreo : hijacker
    * * *
    pirata n pirate

    Spanish-English dictionary > pirata

  • 6 vender al detalle

    (v.) = retail
    Ex. Beadle and Adams of New York's 'dime and nickel novels' included both new books and pirated English novels retailing as paperbacks at 10 cents a volume.
    * * *
    (v.) = retail

    Ex: Beadle and Adams of New York's 'dime and nickel novels' included both new books and pirated English novels retailing as paperbacks at 10 cents a volume.

    Spanish-English dictionary > vender al detalle

  • 7 vender al por menor

    to sell retail, retail
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    (v.) = retail
    Ex. Beadle and Adams of New York's 'dime and nickel novels' included both new books and pirated English novels retailing as paperbacks at 10 cents a volume.
    * * *
    (v.) = retail

    Ex: Beadle and Adams of New York's 'dime and nickel novels' included both new books and pirated English novels retailing as paperbacks at 10 cents a volume.

    Spanish-English dictionary > vender al por menor

  • 8 contrahechura

    f.
    counterfeit; forgery, fake; pirated edition, spurious edition.
    * * *
    1 (falsificación) fake; (de moneda) counterfeit
    * * *
    SF [de moneda] counterfeit; [de documento, prueba] forgery, fake; [de libro] pirated edition, spurious edition

    Spanish-English dictionary > contrahechura

  • 9 pirateado

    ADJ [CD, DVD, software] pirated

    Spanish-English dictionary > pirateado

  • 10 top manta

    SM practice of selling pirated DVDs, CDs, etc, using a blanket as a display area
    * * *
    ( Esp fam); trade in pirated goods (especially CDs, DVDs, etc)
    * * *
    top manta nm inv
    Fam bootleg CD market

    Spanish-English dictionary > top manta

  • 11 mercancía falsificada

    f.
    pirated good.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mercancía falsificada

  • 12 producto pirata

    m.
    pirated good.

    Spanish-English dictionary > producto pirata

См. также в других словарях:

  • pirated — UK US adjective pirated software Thesaurus: illegal or dishonestsynonym general words for crimessynonym Main entry: pirate * * * pirated adj pirated …   Useful english dictionary

  • pirated — UK US /ˈpaɪrətɪd/ adjective IT, LAW ► used to describe software, films, recordings, etc. that have been illegally copied to be sold at much cheaper prices: »pirated goods/movies/music »pirated books/CDs/copies …   Financial and business terms

  • Pirated — Pirate Pi rate, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Pirated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Pirating}.] [Cf. F. pirater.] To play the pirate; to practice robbery on the high seas. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • pirated — adj. Pirated is used with these nouns: ↑cassette, ↑copy, ↑DVD, ↑software, ↑tape …   Collocations dictionary

  • pirated — pi·rate || paɪərÉ™t adj. of who commits sea robbery; illegally copied (Computers) n. one who commits sea robbery; one who steals copyrighted or patented materials; one who illegally copies or uses computer software (Computers) v. steal… …   English contemporary dictionary

  • pirated — partied …   Anagrams dictionary

  • pirated — adjective use or reproduce (another s work) for profit without permission. → pirate …   English new terms dictionary

  • pirated — See: pirate …   English dictionary

  • Pirated movie release types — With regard to warez groups or organized piracy groups, a movie is usually released in several formats and different versions because the primary sources used by a group for a particular movie may vary. Pirated movies are primarily released by… …   Wikipedia

  • Pirated (CSI episode) — Infobox Television episode | Title = Pirated Series= Season = 3 Episode = 9 Guests = Paul Dillon Phillip Karner Dave Power Roy Werner Airdate = November 22, 2004 Writer = Michael Ostrowski Steven Meade Director = Duane Clark Episode list = Season …   Wikipedia

  • partied — pirated …   Anagrams dictionary

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