Definition of human trafficking in English:

human trafficking

Syllabification: hu·man traf·fick·ing


The illegal movement of people, typically for the purposes of forced labor or commercial sexual exploitation: she is a victim of human trafficking tough new laws to stop human trafficking
More example sentences
  • Is the "mail-order bride" system really human trafficking?
  • Human trafficking is a multi-billion dollar business.
  • We brought one victim to the police and told them that she is a victim of human trafficking.


human trafficker

More example sentences
  • Since 2001, the Justice Department has prosecuted 198 human traffickers.
  • Human traffickers rob children of their innocence, they expose them to the worst of life before they have seen much of life.
  • The human traffickers put so many people in the trailer that there wasn't enough oxygen.

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