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1590s, from Italian bandito (plural banditi) "outlaw," past participle of bandire "proscribe, banish," from Vulgar Latin *bannire "to proclaim, proscribe," from Proto-Ger [..]
Source: etymonline.com

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bandit


thief.
Source: nationalgeographic.org

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A term used to describe someone that plays golf better than their handicap suggests.
Source: golfonline.co.uk

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A bandit is a golf player who cheats in playing golf. The bandit pretends to have a higher handicap or is a better golfer than he confesses. As a result he has higher possibility to win at big tournaments with net rating. Sometimes the bandit is also called sandbagger or hustler.
Source: thematchplayer.com

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British version of the term Sandbagger (see below).
Source: translationdirectory.com

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See hustler BANANA BALL
Source: golfcoursesguide.org

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A golfer who plays a lot better than his handicap says(he/she lies about his/her own handicap.
Source: golf4beginners.co.uk

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See hustler
Source: aboutgolfschools.org

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See hustler
Source: 100golfschools.com

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a robber, usually one who robs people on the roads while they are travelling
Source: eenglish.in

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A term often used by frequent slot players and gamblers to describe a slot machine.
Source: 888ladies.com

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(n) an armed thief who is (usually) a member of a band
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plural banditti or bandits, properly means outlaw (Italian, bandito, banished, men pronounced “banned”). As these outlaws very often became robbers, the term soon came to signify ban [..]
Source: bartleby.com

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1. NATO codeword meaning an air contact positively identified as hostile. 2. (RCN) A sailor who is often in trouble or involved with underhanded dealings.
Source: readyayeready.com

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air contact positively identified as hostile. A bogey is an unidentified air contact.
Source: ussrankin.org

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(1) Air contact positively identified as hostile. (2) (RCN) A sailor often in trouble.
Source: combat.ws

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Known enemy aircraft and type ordnance capability, if known.
Source: f-16.net

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bandit


identified enemy aircraft
Source: northcentralwis.net

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An aircraft positively identified as enemy.
Source: blueridgejournal.com

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Dogfight adversary positively identified as a bad guy. Hostile aircraft.
Source: tailhook.net

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A plane identified as an enemy aircraft.
Source: voodoo-world.cz

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An enemy aircraft. This is a refinement of the general category of bogey.
Source: topgunbio.com

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One who robs others. An outlaw. One who cheats others. (military) An enemy aircraft.
Source: en.wiktionary.org





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