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bandit definition

  • noun:
    • A robber, specifically a person who robs at gunpoint.
    • An outlaw; a gangster.
    • One who cheats or exploits other people.
    • Slang A hostile aircraft, specially a fighter plane.
    • person who robs others
    • an outlaw
    • a person who cheats others
    • An enemy plane.
    • An outlaw; a brigand.
    • An outlaw; one who is proscribed. Ergo A lawless or hopeless fellow; a brigand; a robber; particularly, among an organized musical organization of lawless marauders.
    • Synonyms Brigand, etc. See robber.
    • an armed thief that is (usually) a part of a band
    • A robber, specifically one that robs at gunpoint.
    • An outlaw; a gangster.
    • person who cheats or exploits others.
    • Slang A hostile plane, particularly a fighter plane.
    • a person who robs other people
    • an outlaw
    • one that cheats others
    • An enemy aircraft.
    • An outlaw; a brigand.
    • An outlaw; one that is proscribed. Hence A lawless or hopeless other; a brigand; a robber; specifically, among an organized band of lawless marauders.
    • Synonyms Brigand, etc. See robber.
    • an armed thief who's (usually) a member of a band
  • idiom:
    • make out like a bandit Slang is highly successful in confirmed enterprise.
    • make out like a bandit Slang become highly effective in certain enterprise.
  • others:
    • To outlaw; proscribe; banish.
    • To outlaw; proscribe; banish.
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