In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1warez masculinesoftware pirateado masculine(groups/sites) (before noun) de warez(groups/sites) (before noun) de software pirateado
- As it is, people download warez versions of games because the prices are ridiculous.
- Frequently it is used in warez (illegally copied software), but obviously not limited to that.
- Usenet sites that exist solely for the swapping of copyrighted movies and software (so-called warez sites) have existed for ten years with nary a peep from the establishment.
- The Business Software Alliance shut down 118 UK warez (pirate software) sites between January and September 2001.
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