Kidnap

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British pronunciation/kˈɪdnæp/
American pronunciation/ˈkɪdˌnæp/
to kidnap
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to take someone away and hold them in captivity, typically to demand something for their release

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The criminals planned to kidnap the CEO's daughter for a ransom.
The investigation revealed a plot to kidnap a government official for political motives.
The international community condemned the act of terrorism, which included attempts to kidnap diplomats.
Parents educate their children about the dangers of strangers who may attempt to kidnap them.
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