Definitions of "wiretap"
  1. The action of monitoring and recording someone's communication without consent, usually through electronic means
  2. The process of decoding or understanding the information obtained through the interception of electronically transmitted signals
  3. The occurrence of secretly listening to or recording a conversation or communication carried out over a wire or electronic signal
  4. A type of electronic arrangement established to secretly listen to or record messages or conversations
How to use "wiretap" in a sentence
  1. The authorities got a warrant to wiretap the suspected smuggler's phone.
  2. Evidence obtained from the wiretap led to the arrest of the criminal syndicate's leader.
  3. Technicians set up a wiretap to monitor the communication traffic of the suspected hackers.

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