Definition of Carjack

1. Verb. Take someone's car from him by force, usually with the intention of stealing it. "My car was carjacked last night!"

Category relationships: Crime, Criminal Offence, Criminal Offense, Law-breaking, Offence, Offense
Generic synonyms: Commandeer, Highjack, Hijack, Pirate
Derivative terms: Carjacking



Definition of Carjack

1. Verb. To steal an automobile forcibly from someone. ¹

2. Verb. To forcibly steal some vehicle. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Carjack

1. to steal a vehicle from its driver by force [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Carjack

cariosity
cariostat
cariostatic
cariostatic agent
cariostats
carious
carisoprodate
carisoprodol
carissa
carissa plum
carissin
caritas
caritases
caritive case
caritive cases
carjack (current term)
carjacked
carjacker
carjackers
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carjackings
carjacks
carjacou
carjacous
cark
cark it
carkanet
carkanets
carked
carking

Literary usage of Carjack

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1. The Renaissance, the Protestant Revolution and the Catholic Reformation in by Edward Maslin Hulme (1914)
"It was they who invented the carjack, the first vessel capable of making a long voyage of several months far out at sea. In these new vessels they explored ..."

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