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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsmugglersmug‧gler /ˈsmʌɡə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  DCsomeone who takes something illegally from one country to another a drug smuggler
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smugglerAs night falls the houses light up one by one, and smugglers move stealthily about in the moonlight.The assumption that had the plane been carrying drug smugglers the shooting would have been justified is shocking.Among the scores of witnesses called to testify was convicted drug smuggler George Morales.Then the gang bought Rotterdam Cottage in Talland Bay, a cove used by generations of smugglers.Others said they agreed to pay the smuggler $ 40,000 from future earnings in the United States.The smugglers who regularly bring their booty ashore.Within months, immigrants and their smuggler guides began shifting their routes east, into the mountains near Tecate.
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