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carjacking
American English: /ˈkɑrˌdʒækɪŋ/
British English: /ˈkɑːdʒakɪŋ/

Translation of carjacking in Spanish:

noun

  • (asalto a un conductor para robarle el coche)
    Example sentences
    • The threat of carjackings and kidnappings keeps people locked inside their houses.
    • Police say more people are becoming victims of carjackings because thieves cannot bypass sophisticated security systems on modern vehicles.
    • Many carjackings and kidnappings take place at traffic lights, where cars are forced to stop.

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