smuggle

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{f} kaçakçılık yapmak
kaçakçılığı
kaçırmak
kaçakçılık  yap
kaçakçılığı yapmak
{f} gizlice çıkarmak
kaçakçılık yap
{f} gümrükten mal kaçırmak
{f} gizlice sokmak (mektup vb.)
{f} (birini/bir şeyi) (bir ülkeye veya yurtdışına) kaçırmak; kaçakçılık yapmak
kaçır

Tom Mary'nin hastane odasına bir şişe viski kaçırdı - Tom smuggled a bottle of whiskey into Mary's hospital room.

smugglergümrük kaçakçısı
(fiil) kaçakçılık yapmak, gümrükten mal kaçırmak, gizlice çıkarmak, gizlice sokmak (mektup vb.)
smugglinggümrük kaçakçılığı
smuggler
kaçakçı

Kaçakçılardan korkmadıklarını söylediler. - They said they were not afraid of smugglers.

Kaçakçı olduğunu biliyordum. - I knew you were a smuggler.

smuggling
kaçakçılık

Polis onu kaçakçılıktan tutukladı. - The police arrested him for smuggling.

smuggle in
kaçakçılığını
smuggle goods
gümrükten mal kaçırmak
smuggling
gümrük kaçakçılığı
smuggled
(sıfat) kaçak
smuggled
kaçak
smuggled
kaçırılmış
smugglers
kaçakçılar

Kaçakçılardan korkmadıklarını söylediler. - They said they were not afraid of smugglers.

Kasaba halkı kaçakçıların ne olduğunu hakkında şaşılacak derecede toydu. - The townspeople were astonishingly naive about what the smugglers were.

smuggling
(Ticaret) gümrükten kaçırmak
smuggled
{f} kaçakçılık yap
smuggled
kaçakçılık yap(mak)
smuggled
kaçakçilik yap
smuggler
{i} gümrük kaçakçısı
smuggling
kaçır
smuggling
{i} kaçırma
smuggling
kaçakçılık,n.kaçakçılık: v.kaçakçılık yap: prep.kaça
to smuggle
(Hukuk) kaçakçılık yapmak
to smuggle
kaçırmak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To import or export, illicitly or by stealth, without paying lawful customs charges or duties
To thrash or be thrashed by a bear's claws, or to swipe at or be swiped at by a person's arms in a bearlike manner
{v} to import or export goods without paying the duties, run, convey privately
To convey or introduce clandestinely
import or export without paying customs duties; "She smuggled cigarettes across the border"
To thrash or be thrashed by a bears claws, or to swipe at or be swiped at by a persons arms in a bearlike manner
To import or export in violation of the customs laws
import or export without paying customs duties; "She smuggled cigarettes across the border
{f} import or export illegally; bring in or take out secretly
Fig
If someone smuggles things or people into a place or out of it, they take them there illegally or secretly. My message is `If you try to smuggle drugs you are stupid' Police have foiled an attempt to smuggle a bomb into Belfast airport Had it really been impossible to find someone who could smuggle out a letter? + smuggling smug·gling An air hostess was arrested and charged with drug smuggling
To import or export secretly, contrary to the law; to import or export without paying the duties imposed by law; as, to smuggle lace
smuggle in
{f} import illegally; bring in secretly
smuggling
Present participle of smuggle
smuggling
An act of smuggling
smuggler
{n} one who smuggles goods, a vessel employed in smuggling
smuggling
{n} the act of running goods
smuggled
{s} imported or exported illegally; brought in or taken out secretly
smuggled
past of smuggle
smuggled
distributed or sold illicitly; "the black economy pays no taxes"
smuggler
{i} one who smuggles, one who imports or exports goods illegally
smuggler
One who smuggles
smuggler
Smugglers are people who take goods into or out of a country illegally. drug smugglers. someone who takes something illegally from one country to another
smuggler
A vessel employed in smuggling
smuggler
someone who imports or exports without paying duties
smuggler
One who smuggles things
smuggler
{i} contrabandist
smuggling
the crime of taking something illegally from one country to another. Act of importing and exporting secretly and illegally to avoid paying duties or to evade enforcement of laws (e.g., drug-or firearms-control laws). Smuggling is probably as old as the first tax or regulation on trade. Two main methods exist: the undetected running of cargoes across frontiers, and the concealment of goods in unlikely places on ships or cars, in baggage or cargo, or on the person
smuggling
{i} act of importing or exporting illegally; act of bringing in or taking out secretly
smuggling
secretly importing prohibited goods or goods on which duty is due
smuggle
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