Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of bootleg.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun the act of selling illegally or without permission
  • noun the act of making or transporting alcoholic liquor for sale illegally

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Who would have the resources to invest in 'bootlegging' an Open Source application?

    Open Source, Closed Market?

  • Who would have the resources to invest in 'bootlegging' an Open Source application?

    Archive 2007-05-06

  • Who would have the resources to invest in 'bootlegging' an Open Source application?

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • US CD/DVD bootlegging is not run by organized crime

    Boing Boing

  • The Advertising Standards Agency was asked to investigate the anti-piracy ads that run before the UK's movies, in which a link between terrorism and DVD bootlegging is asserted.

    Boing Boing: April 18, 2004 - April 24, 2004 Archives

  • Here's a story about a US Marine onboard an amphibious assualt vehicle who's making great coin bootlegging games, porn, music and movies on burnable CDs and selling 'em to his shipmates.

    Boing Boing: November 4, 2001 - November 10, 2001 Archives

  • The publisher of the Nassau Tribune referred to the bootlegging crowd and the business they conducted as “the orgy of the Lucerne.”

    LAST CALL

  • Ross and Herd cited two reasons for not going into a direct partnership with the Bronfmans: one they summarized as “race,” and the other they characterized as “the class of business with which they were associated”—namely, bootlegging.

    LAST CALL

  • The publisher of the Nassau Tribune referred to the bootlegging crowd and the business they conducted as “the orgy of the Lucerne.”

    LAST CALL

  • Ross and Herd cited two reasons for not going into a direct partnership with the Bronfmans: one they summarized as “race,” and the other they characterized as “the class of business with which they were associated”—namely, bootlegging.

    LAST CALL

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