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A spy is a person engaged obtaining information that is considered secret or confidential without the permission of the holder of the information.
Spy or The Spy may also refer to:
Books and magazines
- The Spy (Cooper), an 1821 novel by James Fenimore Cooper
- The Spy (Sinclair), a 1920 novel by Upton Sinclair
- The Spy (Clive Cussler), a 2010 novel by Clive Cussler and Justin Scott
- Spy, a novel in the Alex Hawke series by Ted Bell
- Spy Magazine, a satirical monthly
- Spy, a column in The Daily Telegraph
- An English translation of the title for Spione, the 1928 silent film by Fritz Lang
- The Spy (1931 film), a 1931 film directed by Berthold Viertel
- The Spy (1999 film), a 1999 South Korean film directed by Jang Jin
- The Spy (2012 South Korean film), a 2012 South Korean film directed by Woo Min-ho
- Spy (2012 Russian film), a Russian thriller film
- The Spy: Undercover Operation, a 2013 South Korean film directed by Lee Seung-joon
- Spy (2015 film)
- Spy (2004 TV series), a British reality series that premiered on BBC3 in 2004
- Spy (2011 TV series), a British comedy series that premiered on Sky1 and Hulu in 2011
- Spy (band), an Atlanta-based rock band
- "The Spy", a song on Morrison Hotel, a 1970 album by the Doors
- "Spy", a song by They Might Be Giants from the album John Henry
- "Spy" (Carly Simon song), 1979
- "Spy" (Super Junior song), a 2012 song by South Korean boy band Super Junior
- Spy (1851–1922), British cartoonist a.k.a. Leslie Ward
- Spy (born 1974/75), American musician a.k.a. J. Ralph
- Spy, Belgium, a village
- Spy, Northern Spy apple
- Spy, one of the nine playable classes in the video game Team Fortress 2
- All pages beginning with "spy"
- All pages with titles containing "spy"
- SPY (disambiguation)
- Spies (disambiguation)
- Spy vs. Spy, a comic strip
- Spy fiction
- Grotte de Spy, a cave near the village of Spy in Belgium
- Secret agent (disambiguation)
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