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  1. buc·ca·neer
    IPA[ˌbəkəˈnir]
  2. noun

    • 1. a pirate, originally off the Spanish-American coasts:

      the marauding buccaneers who used to terrorize the Mediterranean coasts
    • 2. a daring, adventurous, and sometimes reckless person, especially in business:

      a shrewd and buccaneering businessman
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: buccaneer, plural noun: buccaneers

    • noun

      a pirate, originally one operating in the Caribbean:

      a person who acts in a recklessly adventurous and often unscrupulous way, especially in business:

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