What Are Pirates?

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A pirate is someone who commits robberies at sea, usually without being appointed to do so by any particular nation. While the word pirate brings to mind sea-fearing heroes of the last century, the truth is that piracy is still commonplace around the world. In modern days, piracy has shifted from its original purpose of stealing to include kidnapping of people for ransom, sabotage, seizing of personal objects and murder.
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pi·rate
[pahy-ruht]
NOUN
1.
a person who robs or commits illegal violence at sea or on the shores of the sea.
2.
a ship used by such persons.
3.
any plunderer, predator, etc.: confidence men, slumlords, and other pirates.
4.
a person who uses or reproduces the work or invention of another without authorization.
5.
Geology a stream that diverts into its own flow the headwaters of another stream, river, etc.
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A pirate, who is also called a plagiarist, is a person who uses another person?s words or ideas as if they were his own. They copy the ideas illegally or without the owner?s permission. The term is also used to refer to someone who robs at sea or plunders the land from the sea without having a commission from any sovereign nation.
Pirates are people who rob at sea or plunder the land from the sea without commission from a sovereign nation. They?usually use ships for this purpose, and modern pirates use such weapons as rifles, machine guns, and rocket launchers on their victims. Piracy is considered illegal in many countries but legislative control over pirates is difficult because the crimes happen in international waters.
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