pirata


pirata
adj.
1 pirate (barco, ataque).
2 pirate.
3 cowboy. (Latin American Spanish)
f. & m.
1 pirate.
pirata del aire hijacker
pirata informático cracker, hacker
2 cowboy. (Latin American Spanish)
* * *
pirata
adjetivo
1 pirate
nombre masculino
1 HISTORIA pirate
nombre masulino o femenino
1 (de la informática) hacker
\
FRASEOLOGÍA
pirata aéreo hijacker
* * *
noun mf.
pirate
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1. SMF
1) (=corsario) pirate

pirata aéreo — hijacker

2) (Inform)

pirata informático/a — hacker

3) (Literat) * plagiarist
4) * (=granuja) rogue, scoundrel
5) (Com) cowboy, shark
6) * (=persona cruel) hard-hearted person
2.
ADJ

barco pirata — pirate ship

disco pirata — bootleg record

edición pirata — pirated edition

emisora pirata — pirate radio station

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I
adjetivo
a) <barco> pirate (before n)
b) (clandestino) <casete/copia> pirate (before n), bootleg (before n) (colloq)
c) (Ven) (de mala calidad) poor, shoddy (colloq)
II
masculino y femenino
a) (Náut) pirate
b) (de casetes, videos) pirate
* * *
= pirated, pirate, stealth, bootleg, raider, piratical, buccaneer.
Ex. Beadle and Adams of New York's 'dime and nickel novels' included both new books and pirated English novels retailing as paperbacks at 10 cents a volume.
Ex. Library users fall into 4 groups: (1) patrons, who are considerate, grateful and undemanding; (2) 'pests' -- the inconsiderate; (3) 'pirates' who steal, deface and mutilate library property and materials; (4) 'vampires' whose enquiries make excessive demands upon the librarian's time.
Ex. A business dependency on sophisticated information systems makes it vulnerabble to stealth attacks.
Ex. Sometimes described as a 'bootleg' preacher, Will Campbell professes a great love and affection for Country Music.
Ex. To explore this possibility, the library sought to create access via the Internet to a small set of its materials relevant to the famous Confederate raider, the CSS Alabama.
Ex. Their secondary aim was to print piratical, scurrilous and bawdy material for the people of Dublin.
Ex. The barnacled cannons found in the coastal waters off Catalina Island are thought to belong to a ship once captained by the notorious buccaneer William Kidd.
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* barco pirata = pirate ship.
* pirata aéreo = hijacker [highjacker].
* pirata del correo publicitario no solicitado = spammer.
* pirata informático = hacker, computer hacker.
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I
adjetivo
a) <barco> pirate (before n)
b) (clandestino) <casete/copia> pirate (before n), bootleg (before n) (colloq)
c) (Ven) (de mala calidad) poor, shoddy (colloq)
II
masculino y femenino
a) (Náut) pirate
b) (de casetes, videos) pirate
* * *
= pirated, pirate, stealth, bootleg, raider, piratical, buccaneer.

Ex: Beadle and Adams of New York's 'dime and nickel novels' included both new books and pirated English novels retailing as paperbacks at 10 cents a volume.

Ex: Library users fall into 4 groups: (1) patrons, who are considerate, grateful and undemanding; (2) 'pests' -- the inconsiderate; (3) 'pirates' who steal, deface and mutilate library property and materials; (4) 'vampires' whose enquiries make excessive demands upon the librarian's time.
Ex: A business dependency on sophisticated information systems makes it vulnerabble to stealth attacks.
Ex: Sometimes described as a 'bootleg' preacher, Will Campbell professes a great love and affection for Country Music.
Ex: To explore this possibility, the library sought to create access via the Internet to a small set of its materials relevant to the famous Confederate raider, the CSS Alabama.
Ex: Their secondary aim was to print piratical, scurrilous and bawdy material for the people of Dublin.
Ex: The barnacled cannons found in the coastal waters off Catalina Island are thought to belong to a ship once captained by the notorious buccaneer William Kidd.
* barco pirata = pirate ship.
* pirata aéreo = hijacker [highjacker].
* pirata del correo publicitario no solicitado = spammer.
* pirata informático = hacker, computer hacker.

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pirata1
adjective
1 ‹barco› pirate (before n)
2 (clandestino) ‹casete/copia› pirate (before n), bootleg (before n) (colloq)
3 (Ven) (de mala calidad) poor, shoddy (colloq)
pirata2
masculine and feminine
1 (Náut) pirate
2 (de casetes, etc) pirate
los piratas del ordenador computer hackers
Compuestos:
pirata aéreo
hijacker, skyjacker (journ)
pirata informático, pirata informática
hacker
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pirata adjetivo
a)barcopirate (before n)

b) (clandestino) ‹casete/copiapirate (before n), bootleg (before n) (colloq)

■ sustantivo masculino y femenino
a) (Náut) pirate;

pirata aéreo hijacker

b) (de casetes, videos) pirate

pirata
I adjetivo
1 pirate
2 (copia ilegal) pirate, bootleg
II sustantivo masculino y femenino
1 pirate
pirata aéreo, hijacker
pirata informático, hacker
2 (literatura, música, etc) plagiarist
'pirata' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
emisora
English:
bootleg
- buccaneer
- cowboy
- hacker
- inform
- pirate
- hijacker
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pirata
adj
1. [barco, ataque] pirate
2. [radio, edición, vídeo] pirate;
[casete, grabación] bootleg
3. Am [profesional, servicio] cowboy;
un electricista pirata a cowboy electrician
nmf
1. [corsario] pirate
Comp
pirata aéreo hijacker;
pirata del aire hijacker;
pirata informático cracker, hacker
2. Am [mal profesional] cowboy
* * *
pirata
I adj pirate atr
II m/f pirate
* * *
pirata adj
: bootleg, pirated
pirata nmf
1) : pirate
2) : bootlegger
3)
pirata aéreo : hijacker
* * *
pirata n pirate

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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