Pirate

The USS Pirate was an American Admirable Class minesweeper of 625 tons displacement launched in 1943. The USS Pirate was powered by diesel engines providing a top speed of 14.5 knots and carried a complement of 104. She was armed with one 3 inch dual-purpose gun and four 40 mm anti-aircraft guns.
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pirate

[n] - someone who robs at sea or plunders the land from the sea without having a commission from any sovereign nation 2. [n] - a ship manned by pirates 3. [v] - copy illegally
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PIRATE

Passive Infra Red Airborne Tracking Equipment
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Pirate

Pi'rate noun [ Latin pirata , Greek ..., from ... to attempt, undertake, from making attempts or attacks on ships, ... an attempt, trial; akin to English peril : confer French pirate . See Peril .] 1. A robber on the high seas; one who by open violence takes the prop...
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Pirate

Pi'rate intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Pirated ; present participle & verbal noun Pirating .] [ Confer French pirater .] To play the pirate; to practice robbery on the high seas.
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Pirate

Pi'rate transitive verb To publish, as books or writings, without the permission of the author. « They advertised they would pirate his edition.» Pope.
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pirate

1. A robber on the high seas; one who by open violence takes the property of another on the high seas; especially, one who makes it his business to cruise for robbery or plunder; a freebooter on the seas; also, one who steals in a harbor. ... 2. An armed ship or vessel which sails without a legal commission, for the purpose of plundering other vess...
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pirate

pirate ship noun a ship that is manned by pirates
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Pirate

• (v. t.) To publish, as books or writings, without the permission of the author. • (v. i.) To play the pirate; to practice robbery on the high seas. • (n.) One who infringes the law of copyright, or publishes the work of an author without permission. • (n.) A robber on the high seas; one who by open violence takes the property ...
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Pirate

[dinghy] A Pirate is a type of German sailing dinghy. It was first constructed in 1935, and has no trapeze. The Pirate was designed in 1934 by the German boat builder Carl Martens. The boat was originally manufactured in solid wood, although since the 1960s glass-reinforced plastic, or a sandwich of the two, is also used. According to the r...
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Pirate

(slang) A group or individual that makes a living attacking and stealing from lawful spacefarers.
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Pirate

Person who uses software without paying for it, or who copies software without permission of the software owner. (Freeware excluded.)
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pirate

Sea robber. There were many pirate ships in the Mediterranean and Aegean seas at the time of the Ancient Greeks.
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Pirate

derived from the Greek pirate, meaning one who plunders on the sea.
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Pirate

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Pirate

[steamboat] The Steamboat ``Pirate was an early American expeditionary supply vessel that sank on the Missouri River near what is now Bellevue, Nebraska in April 1839 after snagging. The sinking of the steamboat was witnessed by Pierre-Jean De Smet and lamented by Joseph N. Nicollet, who was depending on its supplies for his expedition. The...
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