- vt. 绑架；诱拐；使外展
[过去式 abducted过去分词 abducted现在分词 abducting第三人称单数 abducts]
及物动词的用法：If someone is abducted by another person, he or she is taken away illegally, usually using force. 绑架例：
He was on his way to the airport when his car was held up and he was abducted by four gunmen.
The U. N. World Food Programme confirmed the abduction of eight of its workers in northern Darfur.
- vt. 绑架；[法]诱拐；使外展
The police caught the man who tried to abduct the boy for ransom.
He does not formally control the local police, and he has little power over the federal security services, which continue to abduct and torture people.
At an evening planning meeting, an 85-year-old landowner encourages his sons to abduct the next settler who chops down trees in his olive groves or slaughters one of his sheep.
He warns me to be careful about using commercial vehicles, because body-part agents abduct their passengers.
Unable to recruit willing fighters, the rebels abduct children and turn them into soldiers, porters and concubines.
In Chechnya, that means impunity for the kadyrovtsy to abduct, torture and kill.