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Noun
/ˈespēəˌnäZH/,/-ˌnäj/,
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The practice of spying or of using spies, typically by governments to obtain political and military information,
  1. The practice of spying or of using spies, typically by governments to obtain political and military information


  1. the systematic use of spies to get military or political secrets
  2. Espionage or spying involves an individual obtaining information that is considered secret or confidential without the permission of the holder of the information. ...
  3. Espionage is the fourth and final album released by rap group, Steady Mobb'n. It was released independently through Big Body Entertainment and was produced by Harm, Ronski and Poe. The album featured guest appearances from fellow Californian rappers B-Legit, Delinquents, Keak da Sneak and Too Short.
  4. Espionage is a New York-based Norwegian songwriting and music production team consisting of Espen Lind and Amund Bjørklund. ...
  5. "Hitchin' a Ride" is a song by the American punk rock band Green Day. It was released as the first single from their fifth album Nimrod. The song contributed to the critical opinion that the album was more musically varied than previous Green Day albums.
  6. Espionage is a 1963 Associated TeleVision (ATV) series, distributed outside the UK by ITC Entertainment and networked in the United States by NBC.
  7. The act or process of learning secret information through clandestine means
  8. 1. The act or practice of spying or of using spies to obtain secret intelligence. 2. Overt, covert, or clandestine activity. A term which is usually used in conjunction with the country against which such an activity takes place. For example, espionage against the U.S.
  9. is the use of illegal means (spying) to collect Information, more particularly secret or unpublished information.  Offences may range from trespass and theft to treason.  See also: Counterintelligence, Knowledge assets, Trade secret.
  10. The work of spies. Politicians and some people in British Columbia said that Japanese Canadians would not be loyal to Canada and would become spies and saboteurs. The RCMP and the military said that their investigations found no evidence to support such a claim. ...
  11. the act or practice of spying upon a government or military by individuals for personal or institutional benefit, private or public advantage, which crime is explicated in Article 106 of the UCMJ, and Title 18, Part 1, Chapter 37 of the USCode; this term derives from "to watch for". ...
  12. Counter Espionage, Espionage Countermeasures, Industrial Espionage, Business Espionage.
  13. The practice of obtaining secrets (spying) from rivals or enemies for military, political, or economic advantage using illegal or unethical methods.
  14. The preferred term for the collection of information from another when that person, government or nation state especially when they don't want you to have it.
  15. The gathering or transmitting of information pertaining to the national defense of a nation for the political or military use of any foreign nation.