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merchandise

slang Illicit contraband, especially drugs, being sold, bought, or smuggled. Make sure you don't use any of the merchandise for yourself—if there's any missing by the time you deliver it to Detroit, the boss will cut your ear off. We've got a whole truck full of merchandise coming in tomorrow night.
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merchandise

n. any contraband. (Underworld.) How much of the merchandise can you deliver by midnight?
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