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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A play in which the quarterback fakes a handoff, conceals the ball against his hip, and rolls out
An illegally produced, transported or sold product; contraband
to make, transport and/or sell illegal alcoholic liquor
illegally produced, transported or sold; pirated
The part of a boot that is above the instep
to make, transport and/or sell an illegal version or copy of a copyright product
to engage in bootlegging
distributed or sold illicitly; "the black economy pays no taxes"
To bootleg something such as a recording means to make and sell it illegally. He has sued a fan for bootlegging his concerts Avid Bob Dylan fans treasure bootlegged recordings. Bootleg is also a noun. The record was a bootleg. + bootlegger bootleggers boot·leg·ger Bootleggers sold 75 million dollars-worth of copies. bootleg alcohol, software, or recordings are made and sold illegally. an illegal recording of a music performance
the part of a boot above the instep produce or distribute illegally; "bootleg tapes of the diva's singing"
The quarterback fakes a hand-off to backs going one way while goes the other way to run or pass
{s} produced or distributed illegally, made or sold in an illegal manner
that part of a boot that is above the instep
whiskey illegally distilled from a corn mash
produce or distribute illegally; "bootleg tapes of the diva's singing"
{f} make or sell without permission; produce or distribute illegally
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{i} part of boot which covers the leg; something made or distributed or sold illegally (i.e. alcoholic beverages, musical recordings, etc.)
illicit Originally from Prohibition era - in re illegal alcoholic liquor
distributed or sold illicitly; "the black economy pays no taxes
An item that is illegally sold or traded, such as video tapes, T-Shirts, etc
sell illicit products such as drugs or alcohol; "They were bootlegging whiskey"
An unofficial copy of a musical recording, or an original but illegal recording Sometimes referred to as pirate
poor quality
Bootleg is used to describe something that is made secretly and sold illegally. a bootleg recording of the band's 1977 tour of Scandinavia. bootleg liquor. = illegal legal
the part of a boot above the instep
undesirable or unwanted effects or outcomes
bootleg record
A bootleg recording is an audio and/or video recording of a performance that was not officially released by the artist, or under other legal authority. The process of making and distributing such recordings is known as bootlegging. A great many such recordings are simply copied and traded among fans of the artist without financial exchange, but some bootleggers are able to sell these rarities for profit, sometimes by adding professional-quality sound engineering and packaging to the raw material
bootleg recording
A bootleg recording is an audio and/or video recording of a performance that was not officially released by the artist, or under other legal authority. The process of making and distributing such recordings is known as bootlegging. A great many such recordings are simply copied and traded among fans of the artist without financial exchange, but some bootleggers are able to sell these rarities for profit, sometimes by adding professional-quality sound engineering and packaging to the raw material
bootlegger
An illegal trader of goods, especially of alcohol
bootlegged
past of bootleg
bootlegger
{i} one who manufactures or smuggles alcohol illegally
bootlegger
someone who makes or sells illegal liquor
bootleggers
plural of bootlegger
bootlegging
present participle of bootleg
bootlegging
Illegal traffic in liquor in the U.S. The term was probably first used to describe the practice of concealing flasks of illicit liquor in boot tops when going to trade with Indians. It became widely used in the 1920s when the 18th Amendment to the Constitution and the Volstead Act of 1919 effected the prohibition of liquor manufacturing and sales. Early bootleggers smuggled foreign-made liquor into the U.S. from Canada and Mexico and from ships anchored in international waters. Later sources included medicinal whiskey, denatured alcohol, and the manufacture of corn liquor. Bootlegging led to the rise of organized-crime syndicates that controlled operations from the manufacture of liquor to its distribution in restaurants and speakeasies. In 1933 Prohibition was repealed by the 21st Amendment. Some counties and municipalities continue to ban liquor, and bootlegging is still practiced
bootlegging
Informal efforts by managers and employees to create new products and new processes
bootlegging
the act of selling illegally or without permission; "the bootlegging of video tapes is common in the Orient"
bootlegging
Unauthorized recording and selling of a song
bootlegging
(1) Progressive ply delamination (2) The separation of plies in belting due to flexing
bootlegging
the act of making of transporting alcoholic liquor for sale illegally; "the Prohibition amendment made bootlegging profitable"
bootlegging
the act of selling illegally or without permission; "the bootlegging of video tapes is common in the Orient
bootlegs
plural of bootleg
verb bootleg 3
bootlegged bootlegging to illegally make or sell alcohol, or to illegally make or sell copies of software or recordings
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