contraband

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İngilizce - Türkçe
kaçakçılık

Gümrük ajanı, kaçakçılık için Tom'u araştırdı. - The customs agent searched Tom for contraband.

kaçak eşya
kaçak

Gümrük ajanı, kaçakçılık için Tom'u araştırdı. - The customs agent searched Tom for contraband.

Kaçak mala el konulabilir. - Contraband may be confiscated.

kaçak mal

Kaçak mala el konulabilir. - Contraband may be confiscated.

(Askeri) KAÇAK EŞYA: Bir müessesenin kural ve yönetmelikleri ile yasak edilmiş nakil veya kullanılmasına izin verilmemiş herhangi bir eşya. Bu terim yalnız disiplin cezaevlerinde bu anlamda kullanılır
harpte taraflardan birine sattığı kaçak harp malzemesi
(Askeri) Kaçak mal, tarafsız bir ülkenin harpte
ithal veya ihracı yasaklanmış
{s} kaçakçılıkla ilgili
{i} köle
kaçakcontraband of war tarafsız bir ülkenin
contraband goods
kaçak mallar
contraband of war
kaçak savaş malzemesi
contraband of war
(Askeri) KAÇAK HARP MALZEMESİ: Harp halinde bulunan herhangi bir memlekete, tarafsız milletlerin verdiği ve harp halindeki herhangi bir memleketin zaptetmek hakkını haiz bulunduğu eşya, malzeme ve ikmal maddeleri
conditional contraband
(Kanun) koşullu kaçakçılık
İngilizce - İngilizce
any goods which are illicit or illegal to possess
A black slave during the American Civil War who had escaped to, or been captured by, Union forces

While some Yanks treated contrabands with a degree of equity or benevolence, the more typical response was indifference, contempt, or cruelty.

prohibited from being traded

4. Contraband goods may be seized if found in a river before they are landed or offered for sale..

goods which are prohibited from being traded, smuggled goods
trade forbidden by law or treaty
{a} unlawful, illegal, forbidden by law
Such slave was considered contraband of war
A negro slave, during the Civil War, escaped to, or was brought within, the Union lines
Property seen as threats that was taken from Japanese Americans, including short wave radios, cameras, binoculars, and various weapons (such as hunting knives and dynamite that farmers used to clear land) 3 (One of the reasons why photographs of the internment experience tend to come from government sources )
To declare prohibited; to forbid
To import illegally, as prohibited goods; to smuggle
Illegal or prohibited traffic
Illegal or prohibited goods
Contraband refers to goods that are taken into or out of a country illegally. Most of the city markets were flooded with contraband goods. goods that are brought into a country illegally, especially to avoid tax (contrabbando, from contrabannum, from contra- ( CONTRA-) + bannum )
{i} smuggling, trafficking; smuggled goods
Goods forbidden by national law to be imported or exported
Prohibited or excluded by law or treaty; forbidden; as, contraband goods, or trade
distributed or sold illicitly; "the black economy pays no taxes"
goods whose importation or exportation or possession is prohibited by law
an escaped slave during the Civil War who was taken behind Union lines
Goods or merchandise the importation or exportation of which is forbidden
{s} cannot be legally imported or exported
Goods smuggled into a country to avoid payment of customs duty
check for contraband
search for smuggled goods
contraband