The word contraband, reported in English since 1529, from Medieval French
contrebande "a smuggling," denotes any item that, relating to its nature, is illegal
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Contraband definition, anything prohibited by law from being imported or
exported. See more.
things that are brought into or out of a country illegally. Source: Merriam-
Webster's Learner's Dictionary. Examples: contraband in a sentence. Editor's
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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).
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 (usually uncountable, plural contrabands). (uncountable) any goods
which are illicit or illegal to possess; (uncountable) goods which are prohibited ...
contraband (n.) Look up contraband at Dictionary.com: 1520s, "smuggling;"
1590s, "smuggled goods;" from Middle French contrebande "a smuggling," from ...
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