espionage

[ˌespɪəˈnɑ:ʒ]
business espionage промышленный шпионаж espionage шпионаж, шпионство espionage шпионаж industrial espionage промышленный шпионаж

English-Russian short dictionary. 2015.

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  • espionage — es·pi·o·nage / es pē ə ˌnäzh, ˌnäj, nij/ n: the practice of gathering, transmitting, or losing through gross negligence information relating to the defense of the U.S. with the intent that or with reason to believe that the information will be… …   Law dictionary

  • espionage — es‧pi‧o‧nage [ˈespiənɑːʒ] noun [uncountable] when people secretly find out a country s or company s secrets: • He was cleared of mounting a campaign of industrial espionage against his main rival. * * * espionage UK US /ˈespiənɑːʒ/ noun [U] ► the …   Financial and business terms

  • Espionage — Es pi*o*nage (?; 277), n. [F. espionnage, fr. espionner to spy, fr. espion spy, OF. espie. See {Espy}.] The practice or employment of spies; the practice of watching the words and conduct of others, to make discoveries, as spies or secret… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Espionage — exfiltration hackint information broker information superiority information warfare rumint sleeper …   New words

  • espionage — 1793, from Fr. espionnage spying, from M.Fr. espionner to spy, from O.Fr. espion spy, probably via It. spione from a Germanic source akin to O.H.G. spehon spy (see SPY (Cf. spy)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • espionage — [n] spying intelligence, reconnaissance, secret service, shadowing, tailing, undercover operations, undercover work, underground activities; concepts 348,412 …   New thesaurus

  • espionage — Espionage, or spying, has reference to the crime of gathering, transmitting or losing information respecting the national defense with intent or reason to believe that the information is to be used to the injury of the United States, or to the… …   Black's law dictionary

  • espionage — ► NOUN ▪ the practice of spying or of using spies. ORIGIN French, from espion a spy …   English terms dictionary

  • espionage — [es′pē ə näzh΄, es′pē ənäj΄] n. [Fr espionnage < espionner, to spy < espion < It spione < spia, spy < Gmc * speha, akin to OHG spehon: see SPY] 1. the act of spying 2. the use of spies by a government to learn the military secrets… …   English World dictionary

  • Espionage — Spy and Secret agent redirect here. For other uses, see Spy (disambiguation) and Secret agent (disambiguation). For other uses, see Espionage (disambiguation). Espionage or spying involves an individual obtaining information that is considered… …   Wikipedia

  • espionage — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ corporate, economic, industrial ▪ The big computer companies are very worried about industrial espionage. ▪ international ▪ American, Britis …   Collocations dictionary

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