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smuggle (someone or something) out (of some place)
To transport someone or something out (of some place) in a surreptitious or hidden manner, especially when it is illegal to do so. A: "I really miss the fresh salami they make back home, but I can't bring it through customs with me." B: "I'll try to smuggle some out for you the next time I come to visit." We smuggled her out the building in an empty cello case.
1. The roman numeral for 5. V stands for 5, so VII is 7.
2. An abbreviation for "versus," used to indicate a competition between two entities. In this usage, it is usually followed by a period. It's Jackson v. Jones, the fight of the century!
3. An abbreviation for "very" that is typically used in text messages and social media posts. In this usage, it is seen with and without a period. My cat knows that napping is v important. This legislation is v. important. Please call your senators.
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