Hijack | Mean of hijack in English Dictionary

/ˈhaɪˌʤæk/

  • Verb
  • to stop and steal (a moving vehicle)
    1. He hijacked a truck, threatening the driver at gunpoint.
  • to steal (something) from a moving vehicle that you have stopped
    1. A band of robbers hijacked the load of furs from the truck.
  • to take control of (an aircraft) by force
    1. A group of terrorists hijacked the plane.
  • to take or take control of (something) for your own purposes
    1. The organization has been hijacked by radicals.

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