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Translation of "abduct" - English-Spanish dictionary

abduct

verb   /æbˈdʌkt/
to force someone to go somewhere with you, often using threats or violence secuestrar The company director was abducted from his car by terrorists.39
(Definition of abduct from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

abduct

verb /əbˈdakt/
to take (someone) away against his will usually by trickery or violence; kidnap raptar, secuestrar The child was abducted on Wednesday afternoon.
abduction /-ʃən/ noun
rapto, secuestro the abduction of the heir to the Oetker fortune.
(Definition of abduct from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “abduct”
in Vietnamese bắt cóc…
in Malaysian diculik…
in Thai ลักพาตัว…
in French enlever…
in German entführen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 绑架, 劫持, 诱拐…
in Turkish zorla kaçırmak…
in Russian похищать…
in Indonesian menculik…
in Chinese (Traditional) 綁架, 劫持, 誘拐…
in Polish porwać, uprowadzić…
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