Traducción de kidnap en Español:


secuestrar, v.

Pronunciación /ˈkɪdnap//ˈkɪdˌnæp/

verbo transitivokidnapped, kidnapping, kidnaped, kidnaping

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    • When Nick finds out that his girl is shacking with Morgan, he flips out and kidnaps her, forcing Morgan into a showdown at the local warehouse.
    • No, but I've heard of martial artists being kidnapped and made to fight at gunpoint by bikers.
    • When Winnie meets the Tuck brothers, Miles basically kidnaps her.
    • He kidnaps Rebecca, and tries to make her love him.
    • He kidnaps her, in a surprisingly old-school twist, and takes her to parts unknown.
    • Then later I was kidnapped by a gang of four blokes whose faces I can still distinctly remember.
    • That's right; he kidnaps people, clones them, and then plans to release the clones to overrun the world.
    • Out of guilt, he kidnaps the baby girl and drops her off at the orphanage.
    • It's no wonder the local Harlem crime lord calls on him when his daughter is kidnapped by the Mafia.
    • His brother abroad collected a ransom thinking he was kidnapped by petty criminals.
    • What if a radical Italian terrorist group kidnaps her?
    • When a mysterious winged villain kidnaps him, you are naturally concerned.
    • He plots with Dirk Hatteraick, the smuggler who kidnapped him as a child, to carry him off again and kill him.
    • Harris didn't understand why she felt this connection with the lunatic who'd kidnaped her, but he understood what she meant.
    • She turned on the TV, and watched as old men discussed the events of the ‘Kidnapper’, a nickname given to a criminal who kidnaps women.
    • A lorry driver kidnapped by armed robbers and tied up in a warehouse said today he thought he was going to die.
    • Hence, he concocts a secondary project to finance the first: namely, kidnaping his wife for a large ransom.
    • Special refugee camps to prevent children being kidnapped by criminal gangs are to be set up.


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    secuestro masculino
    rapto masculino
    • Abroad, the risk of kidnap or murder has soared in many places.
    • Details were released as detectives confirmed they now believed there was a sexual motive behind Hannah's kidnap and murder.
    • Among those victims of kidnap, torture and murder were my own uncle, cousin and brother.
    • He was given a life term for kidnap and other offences and has been behind bars for seven years.
    • By accepting the mission, Charles is pitched into a world of kidnap, mystery and murder.
    • The kidnap made front-page news and the conspiracy theories began.
    • The kidnap was carried out without rousing family members or neighbours from sleep.
    • So all of our staff, with the exception of kidnap, are on a 45 minute notice to scramble.
    • Her parents were arrested on suspicion of kidnap and given police bail until last week, when they were ruled out of the investigation.
    • A man has been taken into custody and has been charged with attempted kidnap.
    • Currently families who compel their children to marry can be charged only with offences such as assault or kidnap.
    • At present, those guilty of forcing someone into marriage can be prosecuted for kidnap, false imprisonment or rape.
    • He pleaded guilty to three robberies, kidnap and one offence of aggravated burglary.
    • Many of the accused are alleged to have committed murder, kidnap and torture during the late 1970s.
    • Original charges of indecent assault and kidnap were dropped and Atkinson was found guilty of a lesser charge of false imprisonment.
    • Not a day passes without reports of mugging, murder, dacoity, extortion and kidnap making it to the front page.
    • Not that resort to violence and kidnap hadn't already undermined their credibility.
    • Mason took the phone with him when he went on holiday with Miss Lucas the week after the alleged kidnap.
    • At the same time, you want us to deal with terror, with murder, with kidnap, with rape.
    • Their tactics of kidnap and blackmail shocked the world and I remember the cold shiver the very mention of their name sent down my spine as a child.