How to Pronounce kidnapers?

Correct pronunciation for the word "kidnapers" is [kˈɪdne͡ɪpəz], [kˈɪdne‍ɪpəz], [k_ˈɪ_d_n_eɪ_p_ə_z].

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"Kidnapers" in context

Kidnapping is a crime in which a person is taken against their will, often with the intent to demand payment or other services in exchange for the victim's release. While kidnappings can occur anywhere, they are most common in areas of political or social instability. Kidnappers often target wealthy people, tourists and those affiliated with a particular political or religious group. Kidnappings can involve physical abduction, false imprisonment or threats of harm.

In some cases, the kidnappers may not ask for a ransom at all and instead make threats that the victim will be hurt or worse if their demands are not met.

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Usage over time for kidnapers:

This graph shows how "kidnapers" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

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