abduct from


abduct from
v.
secuestrar de.

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  • abduct — v. (D; tr.) to abduct from (to abduct a child from its home) * * * (D; tr.) to abduct from (to abduct a child from its home) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • abduct — ab·duct /ab dəkt, əb / vt: to carry or lead (a person) away by threat or use of force or often by fraud; also: to restrain or conceal (a person) for the purpose of preventing escape or rescue see also kidnapping ab·duc·tor / dək tər/ n Merriam… …   Law dictionary

  • abduct — abduct, kidnap are sometimes employed without distinction as denoting to carry off (a person) surreptitiously for an illegal purpose. In general use kidnap is the more specific term because it connotes seizure and detention for ransom. In law,… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Abduct — Ab*duct , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Abducted}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Abducting}.] [L. abductus, p. p. of abducere. See {Abduce}.] 1. To take away surreptitiously by force; to carry away (a human being) wrongfully and usually by violence; to kidnap. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Abduct — is a verb meaning to carry away . Specifically, it can refer to:* Abduction (kinesiology) extending a limb away from the body * Kidnappingee also* Abduction …   Wikipedia

  • abduct — (v.) to kidnap, 1834, probably a back formation from ABDUCTION (Cf. abduction); Cf. ABDUCE (Cf. abduce). Related: Abducted; abducting …   Etymology dictionary

  • abduct — [ab dukt′, əbdukt′] vt. [< L abductus, pp. of abducere, to lead away < ab , away + ducere, to lead: see DUCT] 1. to take (a person) away unlawfully and by force or fraud; kidnap 2. Physiol. to pull (a part of the body) away from the median… …   English World dictionary

  • abduct — To move away from the median plane. SYN: abduce. * * * ab·duct ab dəkt, əb also ab . vt to draw away (as a limb) from a position near or parallel to the median axis of the body <the peroneus longus extends, abducts, and everts the foot (C. R.… …   Medical dictionary

  • abduct — UK [æbˈdʌkt] / US verb [transitive] Word forms abduct : present tense I/you/we/they abduct he/she/it abducts present participle abducting past tense abducted past participle abducted to take someone away from their home, family etc using force He …   English dictionary

  • abduct — 01. A father who was angry after losing custody of his children following his divorce has [abducted] the two children, and fled the country. 02. A rich businessman was [abducted] at gunpoint by four masked men who are asking for one million… …   Grammatical examples in English

  • abduct — verb 1》 take (someone) away illegally by force or deception. 2》 Physiology (of a muscle) move (a limb or part) away from the midline of the body or from another participle The opposite of adduct1. Derivatives abductee noun abduction noun abductor …   English new terms dictionary


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