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con·tra·band
[kon-truh-band]
NOUN
1.
anything prohibited by law from being imported or exported.
2.
goods imported or exported illegally.
3.
illegal or prohibited trade; smuggling.
4.
International Law. contraband of war.
5.
(during the American Civil War) a black slave who escaped to or was brought within the Union lines.
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The word contraband, reported in English since 1529, from Medieval French contrebande "a smuggling," denotes any item that, relating to its nature, is illegal to ...

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Contraband definition, anything prohibited by law from being imported or exported. See more.

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Define contraband: things that are brought into or out of a country illegally — contraband in a sentence.

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Contraband means "illicit goods" and usually refers to stuff that's imported or exported illegally, like drugs, weapons, and certain exotic pets (like tigers).

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Action · To protect his brother-in-law from a drug lord, a former smuggler heads to Panama to score millions of dollars in counterfeit bills.

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contraband (usually uncountable, plural contrabands). (uncountable) any goods which are illicit or illegal to possess; (uncountable) goods which are prohibited ...

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a. Goods prohibited by law or treaty from being imported or exported. b. Goods that are possessed contrary to law or rule, as in a prison or school. 2. a.

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Contraband (2010) comprises 1,075 photographs taken at both the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Federal Inspection Site and the U.S. Postal Service ...