آدمربايى كردن، آدم دزديدن
His daughter was abducted by a group of terrorists.
يك دسته تروريست دختر او را دزديدند.
See main entry: abduct
Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary - 4th Edition
abduct / æbˈdʌkt / verb [ T ]
to force someone to go somewhere with you, often using threats or violence:
The company director was abducted from his car by terrorists.
abductor / æbˈdʌk.tə r / / -tɚ / noun [ C ]
She was tortured by her abductors.
abduction / æbˈdʌk.ʃ ə n / noun [ C or U ]
There has been a series of abductions of young children from schools in the area.
He was charged with abduction.
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ab·duc·tion [abduction abductions] [æbˈdʌkʃn] [æbˈdʌkʃn] noun uncountable, countable
• child abduction
Main entry: abduct derived
a) The act of abducing or abduct ing; a draw ing apart; a carry ing away.
the abduction of a child
b) The movement which separate s a limb or other part from the axis , or middle line, of the body.
The significance of such a step is that it is not morphologically triggered: it is a step of abduction, and what is required here is a meta-level process of reasoning.
Syn: kidnapping , retroduction
See Also: abduce