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kidnap
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
kidnap /'kidnæp/
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Concise Dictionary
kidnapped|kidnapping|kidnaps|kidnaped|kidnaping'kɪdnæp
verb
+take away to an undisclosed location against their will and usually in order to extract a ransom
Thesaurus Dictionary
v.
abduct, capture, seize, carry off, Slang snatch:
He was kidnapped by guerrillas and held prisoner for over two years.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ verb
(-pp-, AmE also -p-) [VN] to take sb away illegally and keep them as a prisoner, especially in order to get money or sth else for returning them: Two businessmen have been kidnapped by terrorists.
kidnapper noun: The kidnappers are demanding a ransom of $1 million.
kidnapping (also kidnap) noun [U, C]: He admitted the charge of kidnap. + the kidnapping of 12 US citizens


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