pirate

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someone connected with any of a number of sports teams known as the Pirates, as a fan, player, coach etc

soccer someone connected with Bristol Rovers Football Club, as a fan, player, coach etc.

A criminal who plunders at sea; commonly attacking merchant vessels, though often pillaging port towns
To knowingly obtain an unauthorized copy of

Many college students now expect to sample, if not outright pirate, movies, music, software, and TV programs.

To appropriate by piracy, plunder at sea

They pirated the tanker and sailed to a port where they could sell the ship and cargo.

Illegaly imitated or reproduced, said of a well-known trademarked product or work subject to copyright protection and the counterfeit itself
To create and/or sell an unauthorized copy of
To engage in piracy

He pirated in the Atlantic for years before becoming a privateer for the Queen.

One who breaks intellectual property laws by reproducing protected works without permission

If we untangle the claim that technology has turned Johnny Teenager into a pirate, what turns out to be fueling it is the idea that if Johnny Teenager were to share his unauthorized copy with two million of his closest friends the effect on a record company would be pretty similar to the effect of some CD factory's creating two million CDs and selling them cheap.

{n} a sea-robber, any robber
{v} to plunder
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{s} of who commits sea robbery; illegally copied (Computers)
a ship manned by pirates someone who robs at sea or plunders the land from the sea without having a commission from any sovereign nation copy illegally; of published material
{i} one who commits sea robbery; one who steals copyrighted or patented materials; one who illegally copies or uses computer software (Computers)
One who infringes the law of copyright, or publishes the work of an author without permission
Passive Infra Red Airborne Tracking Equipment
An illegal imitation or reproduction of a well-known trademarked product or work subject to copyright protection
A pirate version of something is an illegal copy of it. Pirate copies of the video are already said to be in Britain. to illegally copy and sell another person's work such as a book, video, or computer program
The term used to describe either the web site that has illegal MP3 files on it, or the person who operates the site
take arbitrarily or by force; "The Cubans commandeered the plane and flew it to Miami"
a ship manned by pirates
A person who obtains the latest software programs without paying for them A skilled software pirate is able to break the protection scheme that is designed to prevent copying
An armed ship or vessel which sails without a legal commission, for the purpose of plundering other vessels on the high seas
Pirates are sailors who attack other ships and steal property from them. In the nineteenth century, pirates roamed the seas
One who downloads copyrighted works from the internet illegally
an illegal or unauthorized broadcasting station, usually broadcasting music and operated as a hobby without political motives aside from reducing government control over airwaves, c f clandestine
someone who uses another person's words or ideas as if they were his own
Robber or other criminal of the seas
To play the pirate; to practice robbery on the high seas
To obtain, usually by downloading from a file sharing network, an unauthorized copy of software or other piece of work
{f} steal copyrighted or patented materials; illegally copy or use computer software (Computers)
One who plunders at sea; commonly attacking merchant vessels, though often pillaging port towns
An entity that performs acts of piracy
A robber on the high seas; one who by open violence takes the property of another on the high seas; especially, one who makes it his business to cruise for robbery or plunder; a freebooter on the seas; also, one who steals in a harbor
One who reproduces copyrighted works without permission for the purpose of distributing them to others for free
Someone who pirates video tapes, cassettes, books, or computer programs copies and sells them when they have no right to do so. A school technician pirated anything from video nasties to computer games. + pirated pi·rat·ed Pirated copies of music tapes are flooding the market
To publish, as books or writings, without the permission of the author
someone who robs at sea or plunders the land from the sea without having a commission from any sovereign nation
copy illegally; of published material
{i} freebooter
{i} buccaneer
{i} algerine
raider
pirate articles
The standard operating procedures for buccaneers in the late 17th century; covered division of plunder, behaviour, punishment and compensation etc
pirate radio
Broadcasting without having the necessary license that covers the territory where the signals are received
pirate round
The sailing route for many trade ships during the 17th century between North America and the Indian Ocean where pirates, with the intention of attacking, could be found along
pirate ship
Any ship manned by pirates
pirate ships
plural form of pirate ship
pirate perch
A small North American freshwater fish (Aphredoderus sayanus) noted for having the anal opening near the throat
pirate radio
{i} broadcasting in an illegal manner, illegal type of broadcasting
pirate radio
Pirate radio is the broadcasting of radio programmes illegally. a pirate radio station
pirate radio station
{i} radio station that broadcasts in an illegal manner
air pirate
A person involving in air piracy
butt pirate
A homosexual man
poo pirate
A homosexual male; a sodomite
piratically
{a} in the manner of piracy
A pirate
sea rat
A pirate
water thief
A pirate
sea thief
air pirate
aircraft hijacker
pirated
past of pirate
pirates
the plural of pirate
piratically
in a piratical manner; "the piratically published edition of his book
pirating
present participle of pirate
pirate
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