|(Offensive Slang) Mexican worker in the United States (especially one who crossed the border illegally)||wetback|
|(Slang) alcoholic liquor (especially one that is of low-quality or illegally manufactured), hooch||hootch|
|(Slang) alcoholic liquor (especially one that is of low-quality or illegally manufactured); marijuana (Slang), cheap or illegal alcohol, hootch, small thatched hut; dormitory, living quarters; home where a man maintains a prostitute or mistress, troops...||hooch|
|abbreviate word, block player illegally, bullet holder, clamp, fastener; shred; short segment of video; selecting part of a graphic document for the purpose of editing (Computers); cartridge for bullets; sharp blow, sharp strike, clipping, curtail, cut...||clip|
|act illegally in sport, bring disgrace on, contaminated, dirty, disgusting, disgusting; morally offensive; filthy, dirty; clogged; unfavorable (weather); obscene (language); contrary to the rules (Sports); entangled (rope), dishonest, ensnarl and preve...||foul|
|act of importing or exporting illegally; act of bringing in or taking out secretly||smuggling|
|agree something, arrange or order something, attribute something, calculation of position, convert nitrogen to a stable form, cure something, determine; set firmly; stabilize; arrange; repair; prepare; attract; focus on; illegally influence the outcome...||fix|
|Also refers illegally increasing the face value of a check by changing the print on the check., Used in the context of banking to refer to the practice of depositing and drawing checks at two or more banks and taking advantage of the time it takes for ...||Kiting|
|bar where alcoholic beverages are sold illegally (especially during Prohibition in the United States), place for sale of illegal alcohol||speakeasy|
|bent tube for drawing off liquid, convey liquid through a siphon, transfer a liquid from one container to another using a long tube and the force of atmospheric pressure (also syphon), draw liquid through tube, illegally tap funds or resources, neck, s...||siphon|
|bring into a country illegally, import or export illegally; bring in or take out secretly, take or bring secretly||smuggle|
|burglar, trespasser; one who enters by force or without invitation; invader, somebody who enters illegally, unwelcome person||intruder|
|cannot be legally imported or exported, enslaved person entering Union territory, forbidden from being imported or exported, illegal imports and exports, illegal trade, illegally traded, smuggling, trafficking; smuggled goods, supplies forbidden to war...||contraband|
|cheat, swindle; play with, fool with; dawdle, manipulate data illegally, manipulate program||diddle|
|cheating by a corrupt individual, get by deceit, graft location, grafted plant, inserted a portion of a plant into the stem of another (Horticulture); surgically transplant a portion of tissue from one place to another; illegally or dishonestly acquire...||graft|
|chemical in photography, one who fixes or arranges (especially illegally); substance which stabilizes or fixes in place, somebody or something that fixes, somebody who arranges something dishonest||fixer|
|commercial software that is illegally distributed via the Internet or a computer bulletin board system||warez|
|commit robbery, deprive somebody illegally, deprive somebody unfairly, steal something, plunder, illegally take property by force||rob|
|computer freak, computer whiz; nickname for a person who illegally breaks into telephone or computer networks while bypassing security measures in order to use the lines or steal information, make free phone calls illegally||phreak|
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