commandeer

[v] - take arbitrarily or by force
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Commandeer

• (v. t.) To take arbitrary or forcible possession of. • (v. t.) To compel to perform military service; to seize for military purposes; -- orig. used of the Boers.
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commandeer

hijack verb take arbitrarily or by force; `The Cubans commandeered the plane and flew it to Miami`
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Commandeer

Com`man·deer' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Commandeered ; present participle & verbal noun Commandeering .] [ Dutch kommandeeren to command, in South Africa to commandeer, from French commander to command. ...
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commandeer

commandeer 1. To force into military service. 2. To seize for military use; to confiscate. 3. To take arbitrarily or by force; to appropriate. 4. To seize (private property) for military or other public use: 'The police officer commandeered a private vehicle and took off after the getaway car.'
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