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- Abducción (Español)
- Abdução (Português)
- Abduktion (Deutsch)
- Abduction (Français)
- Abduzione (Italiano)
- Lat. abductio, abductiōnis (separation, leading away, taking away). This comes from the verb abdūcere, abdūcō (to take away): ab– (away, from) + dūcere, dūcō (to lead, to drive).
- Present: (…) Forc(ing) someone to go somewhere with you, often using threats or violence (Cambridge Dictionary). The action or an instance of forcibly taking someone away against their will; the illegal removal of a child from parents or guardian; the movement of a limb or other part away from the midline of the body, or from another part (Oxford Dictionary).
- Original: A taking away (mostly by force).