captor

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From the Late Latin, from the Latin capere. (English usage began around 1688).

Noun[edit]

captor (plural captors)

  1. One who is holding a captive or captives.
  2. One who catches or has caught or captured something or someone.

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captor

  1. first-person singular present passive indicative of captō