- vt. 走私 take (especially goods) illegally from one country to another, especially to avoid paying the necessary tax
import or export without paying customs duties;
"She smuggled cigarettes across the border"
- They deny conspiring together to smuggle drugs.
- Well, sir, when you smuggle things you lose them.
- He tried to smuggle diamonds into Japan.
- The syndicate collaborated with vice syndicates in the Mainland to smuggle women into Hong Kong for providing sex services.
- He managed to smuggle a message out of prison to his friends.
- They secretly smuggle goods into the country to avoid paying custom duty on them.
- It is serious crime to smuggle an animal into Britain.
- smuggle in (v.+adv.)
非法带进 bring (goods or sb) unlawfully into a country or prison
smuggle sb/sth ⇔ in
It's difficult to smuggle tools in to this prison.
Some of these jewels have been smuggled in, we have no record of the taxes payable on them.
- smuggle out (v.+adv.)
非法带出 take (goods or sb) unlawfully out of a country or prison
smuggle sb/sth ⇔ out
Information was smuggled out by a friendly guard.
情报由一个友好的士兵偷送出来。smuggle sb/sth out of sth
It should be possible to smuggle two prisoners out of the prison camp and send them across the waters.
They tried to smuggle these historical relics out of the country.
She managed to smuggle a message out of prison to her friends.
- smuggle through (v.+adv.)
非法通过 take (goods or sb) past (a custom post), as when entering a country
smuggle sb/sth ⇔ through
Don't worry, we'll smuggle you through somehow.
For years he has been smuggling watches through.
- smuggle secretly 偷偷地带
The..cognac which I always smuggle had been taken from me by the Customs.出自： I. Murdoch
Their manuscripts are smuggled out of the country and published in the West.出自： M. Frayn
The temptation to smuggle was diminished.出自： absol.
- smuggle in表示“非法带进”; smuggle out表示“非法带出”。
- smuggler n. 走私者；走私船‖smuggling n. 走私