Definition of 'hijacker'
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Used Rarely. hijacker is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'hijacker'
British English: hijacker /ˈhaɪˌdʒækə/ NOUN
A hijacker is a person who hijacks a plane or other vehicle.
There was a struggle between the hijackers and the driver.
- American English: hijacker
- Arabic: مُختَطِفٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: sequestrador
- Chinese: 绑匪
- Croatian: otmičar
- Czech: únosce
- Danish: kaprer
- Dutch: kaper
- European Spanish: secuestrador
- Finnish: kaappaaja
- French: pirate de l’air
- German: Entführer
- Greek: πειρατής σε μέσο μεταφοράς
- Italian: dirottatore
- Japanese: ハイジャックの犯人
- Korean: 공중 납치범
- Norwegian: kaprer
- Polish: porywacz
- European Portuguese: sequestrador
- Romanian: pirat aerian
- Russian: угонщик
- Spanish: secuestrador
- Swedish: kapare
- Thai: โจรจี้เครื่องบิน
- Turkish: korsan uçak/hava
- Ukrainian: викрадач
- Vietnamese: không tặc
Definition of hijacker from the Collins English Dictionary
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