kidnapper

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kidnapper ‎(plural kidnappers)

  1. A person who kidnaps someone.

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kidnapper m ‎(plural kidnappers, diminutive kidnappertje n)

  1. A person who kidnaps someone.

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French[edit]

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Borrowing from English kidnap.

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kidnapper

  1. to kidnap

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Etymology 1[edit]

Borrowing from English kidnapper

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kidnapper m ‎(definite singular kidnapperen, indefinite plural kidnappere, definite plural kidnapperne)

  1. a kidnapper
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Verb[edit]

kidnapper

  1. present tense of kidnappe

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