Noun(1) someone who uses another person's words or ideas as if they were his own(2) someone who robs at sea or plunders the land from the sea without having a commission from any sovereign nation(3) a ship that is manned by pirates
Verb(1) copy illegally; of published material(2) take arbitrarily or by force
(1) Obviously, these are copies, fakes, pirate booty.(2) Greedy crooks in a third world country are making pirate copies of your latest DVD!(3) In turn, Kirby caught every detail of her swashbuckling pirate .(4) pirate ship(5) So what is it that defines a pirate radio station?(6) It was the UK's first pirate radio station to broadcast 24 hours a day.(7) Just then four other pirate ships began to approach them.(8) A cascade of treasured memories come flooding back; my own upbringing taking in Soul Weekenders, warehouse parties, and stints as a pirate radio broadcaster.(9) But there is such a large margin of error for these Chinatown pirate DVDs.(10) "It doesn't allow people to pirate music, " Hammerton said.(11) software pirate(12) The ship was named for an infamous pirate from the eighteenth century.(13) You got your start in radio as a pirate broadcaster.(14) Like I was a pirate on the sea again, with everything right.(15) An edited version later broadcast on the then pirate radio station Radio Kilkenny resulted in a strong protest from Jim Gibbons and his family.(16) Dunphy is reluctant to be drawn on his experience of running a pirate station.
(1) pirate ship :: llong môr-ladron
1. freebooter ::
2. copyright infringer ::
4. pirate ship ::
6. steal ::
7. commandeer ::
Different Formspirate, pirated, pirates, pirating
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