smuggle

Definitions

General English

  • verb to take something into or out of a place secretly and dishonestly

Economics

  • To take a good across a national border illegally. If the good itself is legal, the purpose is usually to avoid paying a tariff or to circumvent some other trade barrier.

Law

  • verb to take goods into or out of a country without declaring them to Revenue and Customs

Military

  • verb to import illegal goods (e.g. drugs, weapons) or import goods without paying customs duty (e.g. alcohol, tobacco)
  • verb to convey something secretly into or out of a location
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