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1. nab => kidnap.
- kidnap (v.)
- 1680s, compound of kid (n.) "child" and nap "snatch away," variant of nab; originally "steal children to provide servants and laborers in the American colonies." Related: Kidnapped; kidnapping.
- 1. He was charged with the kidnap of a 25 year-old woman.
- 2. She was terrified that Ronnie would kidnap Sam.
- 3. Stewart denies attempted murder and kidnap.
- 4. A pair of robbers were trying to kidnap his wife.
- 5. Despite a nationwide hunt for the kidnap gang, not a trace of them was found.
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