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pirate
American English: /ˈpaɪrət/
British English: /ˈpʌɪrət/

Translation of pirate in Spanish:

noun

transitive verb

  • (book/tape/video)
    a pirated copy
    una copia pirata
    Example sentences
    • The DMCA assumes that the only reason to do any of this work is to pirate copyrighted works.
    • Other people shouldn't be able to profit from your work by selling pirated editions: that was the whole point of copyright law.
    • There is no color to it, and it seems to have been mastered from an old VHS home video tape pirated from the front row.

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