bandit /ˈbandɪt/

b

I. noun

1. a robber or outlaw belonging to a gang and typically operating in an isolated or lawless area.

the bandit produced a weapon and demanded money.
2.
‹military slang› an enemy aircraft.
II. derivatives

banditry /ˈbandɪtri /
noun


– origin late 16th cent.: from Italian bandito, ‘banned’, past participle of bandire ‘to ban’.

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