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kidnap

verb /ˈkidnӕp/ ( past tense, past participle kidnapped, also kidnaped)
to carry off (a person) by force, often demanding money in exchange for his safe return
secuestrar, raptar
He is very wealthy and lives in fear of his children being kidnapped.
kidnapper noun
secuestrador
Translations of “kidnap”
in Korean 납치하다…
in Arabic يَخْتَطِف…
in French kidnapper…
in Italian rapire, sequestrare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 綁架, 劫持…
in Russian похищать людей (для получения выкупа)…
in Turkish adam kaçırmak…
in Polish porwać…
in Portuguese sequestrar…
in German entführen…
in Catalan segrestar…
in Japanese (人)を誘かいする…
in Chinese (Simplified) 绑架, 劫持…
(Definition of kidnap from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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