hijacker

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الإنجليزية - التركية
(uçak/gemi/vb.) kaçıran kimse
korsan

Uçak korsanlar tarafından havaya uçuruldu. - The plane was blown up by hijackers.

Hava korsanları orta doğu ülkelerindendi. - The hijackers were from Middle Eastern countries.

{i} (kamyon, tren v.b.'ni durdurarak soyan) soyguncu
{i} hırsız
{i} gaspçı

Gaspçı iki milyon dolarlık bir fidye talep etti. - The hijacker demanded a ransom of two million dollars.

{i} hava korsanı
{i} uçak korsanı
soyguncu
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{f} kaçırmak
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{i} uçak kaçırma

Müfettişler bir uçak kaçırma planını bozdular. - Investigators foiled a plot to hijack an airplane.

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{f} (uçak/gemi) kaçırmak
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soyguncu
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soymak
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haydut
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{f} çalmak
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(uçak/gemi/vb.) kaçırmak
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soy
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hırsızlık
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gasp

Gaspçı iki milyon dolarlık bir fidye talep etti. - The hijacker demanded a ransom of two million dollars.

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hareket halindeki uçağı veya başka bir taşıtı kendi istediği yöne çevirmek
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gaspetmek
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{f} (kamyon, tren v.b.'ni) soymak
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kaçırma

Müfettişler bir uçak kaçırma planını bozdular. - Investigators foiled a plot to hijack an airplane.

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hijacker uçağı veya başka bir taşıtı kaçıran kimse
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{f} uçak kaçırmak
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kaçır

Kaçmak için olan umutsuz bir girişimde, Tom okul otobüsünü kaçırdı ama polis tarafından çabucak yakalandı. - In a desperate attempt to escape, Tom hijacked a school bus but was quickly captured by the police.

Müfettişler bir uçak kaçırma planını bozdular. - Investigators foiled a plot to hijack an airplane.

hijack
uçak korsanı
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
someone who uses force to take over a vehicle (especially an airplane) in order to reach an alternative destination
{i} one who participates in a hijacking
a holdup man who stops a vehicle and steals from it
Someone who performs a hijack
A hijacker is a person who hijacks a plane or other vehicle
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An instance of a seizure and redirection of a process
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To seize control of a networked computer by means of infecting it with a worm or other malware, thereby turning it into a zombie
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An instance of hijacking; the illegal seizure of a vehicle
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To seize control of some process to achieve a purpose other than its originally intended one
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To forcibly stop and seize control of some vehicle in order to rob it or to reach a destination (especially an airplane, truck or a boat)
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An amendment which deletes the contents of a bill and inserts entirely new provisions
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To introduce an amendment deleting the contents of a bill and inserting entirely new provisions
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To change software settings without a user's knowledge so as to force that user to visit a certain web site (to hijack a browser)
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{f} steal goods which are being taken from one place to another; stop and rob a vehicle; seize an airplane or other vehicle by force
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a holdup man who stops a vehicle and steals from it someone who uses force to take over a vehicle (especially an airplane) in order to reach an alternative destination
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a holdup man who stops a vehicle and steals from it
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someone who uses force to take over a vehicle (especially an airplane) in order to reach an alternative destination
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take arbitrarily or by force; "The Cubans commandeered the plane and flew it to Miami"
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v To take over a vessel or airplane by force
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Adoption of amendments that delete the contents of a bill and insert provisions on a different subject (see Germaneness) May occur with or without the author's permission
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{i} act of hijacking, act of commandeering by force
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Amendments which delete the contents of a bill and insert entirely new provisions Can be accomplished with or without the author's permission
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If someone hijacks a plane or other vehicle, they illegally take control of it by force while it is travelling from one place to another. Two men tried to hijack a plane on a flight from Riga to Murmansk The hijacked plane exploded in a ball of fire. Hijack is also a noun. Every minute during the hijack seemed like a week. + hijacking hijackings hi·jack·ing Car hijackings are running at a rate of nearly 50 a day
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seizure of a vehicle in transit either to rob it or divert it to an alternate destination
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To change software settings without a users knowledge so as to force that user to visit a certain web site (to hijack a browser)
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To forcibly stop and seize control of some vehicle in order to rob it or to reach a destination
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disapproval If you say that someone has hijacked something, you disapprove of the way in which they have taken control of it when they had no right to do so. A peaceful demonstration had been hijacked by anarchists intent on causing trouble. when a plane, vehicle etc is hijacked
hijackers
plural of hijacker
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