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  1. Trojan Horse

    • n.
      (in Greek mythology) a hollow wooden statue of a horse in which the Greeks are said to have concealed themselves in order to enter Troy.;a person or thing intended to undermine or secretly overthrow an enemy or opponent
    • noun: Trojan Horse, plural noun: Trojan Horses

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    • 1. (in Greek mythology) a hollow wooden statue of a horse in which the Greeks are said to have concealed themselves in order to enter Troy.
    • a person or thing intended to undermine or secretly overthrow an enemy or opponent the rebels may use this peace accord as a Trojan horse to try and take over
    • a program designed to breach the security of a computer system while ostensibly performing some innocuous function.
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    • IPA[ˈtrōjən hôrs]
    • n.
      a hollow wooden statue of a horse in which the Greeks concealed themselves in order to enter Troy.

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