Capture synonyms

kăp'chər
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The intentional deprivation, whether actual or constructive, of a person’s freedom by legal authorities using forcible restraint, seizure, or otherwise taking the individual into custody, especially in response to a warrant or a suspicion based on probable cause that the person being arrested has committed a crime. The person making the arrest must have the present power to control the person being arrested. Furthermore, the intent to make an arrest must be communicated to the individual who is being detained and that person must understand that the seizure or detention is an intentional arrest. See also privilege and resisting arrest.
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The act of confiscating a person’s property by legal process; a forcible taking of property into custody by a court.
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(Law) An action by a government, especially under the power of eminent domain, that deprives a private owner of real property or of the use and enjoyment of that property.
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Invasion, conquest, and control of a nation or territory by foreign armed forces.
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catching, forceful holding
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(Law) The act of seizing or taking by legal process; arrest.
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A binding of multiple turns of thread or light line around a rope end to keep it from unlaying.
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The thing acquired or gained; a gain.
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The act of obtaining something, as in a contest or by competition.
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A thing appropriated; esp., money set aside for a specific use
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(Physiology) The act of abducing or abducting; a drawing apart; the movement which separates a limb or other part from the axis, or middle line, of the body. [Mid 17th century.]
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The act of one who grasps or covets.
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Articles of dress or adornment, especially accessories.
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An act by which something is apprehended.
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(Law) A legal merging of a territory into another body.
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Theft or larceny:
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A marked, often sudden, decline in status, rank, or importance:
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To put in legal possession of a particular thing; assign ownership to
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(Intransitive) To habituate to or gain competency at a task.
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To become conscious of, as through the emotions or senses; perceive:
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To take or use time.
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To defeat completely and decisively:
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(Archaic) To capture.
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The definition of attract is to draw in either by physical forces, emotions or senses.
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To use a magical charm upon; to subdue, control, or summon by incantation or supernatural influence.
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To cut out a gain in.
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To win over, lead, or influence (a group)
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To gain with effort or despite difficulty; reach:
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The act or process of trying to achieve equal rights and status.
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Renewed growth after a slump (economy).
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(Cricket) To end a player's innings by catching a hit ball before the first bounce. [from 18th c.]
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(Intransitive) To have someone over at one's home for a party or visit.
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To capture and hold the interest and attention of.
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The definition of obtain is to get or acquire.
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To gain (a prize or award) in competition
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To put a collar on
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To get hold of; gain or win:
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To make a circle of vehicles, as of wagons so as to form a corral.
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To detect; to discover; to find out.
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To getter.
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(Informal) To consume something quickly.
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To ensnare someone, as if with a hook.
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To put on shore from a ship or boat
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To arrest or catch (a felon or wrongdoer)
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(Slang) To strike or bring down:
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(Figuratively) To catch in a trap, or by stratagem.
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To consider highly valuable; to esteem.
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To become caught or impeded by a sharp projection, a difficulty, etc.
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To tempt or attract into a situation, esp. one that is dangerous, risky, etc.
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To catch in a trap; ensnare.
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The definition of a release is a letting go, setting free or relief.
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(US) The process or act of making more liberal.
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Used other than as an idiom: see let,‎ go.
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Free means to release or let go.
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To fail to win (a game, competition, trial, etc).
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(Chem.) To free from combination in a compound
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To get hold or possession of; obtain; acquire
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The action of the verb catch.
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To gain possession of something, or to make first claim on something.
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the act of forcibly dispossessing an owner of property
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UK, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada spelling of enamor.
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(Archaic) To charm; fascinate; hold by a charm or spell.
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To inspire with love; captivate:
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To deprive (someone) of or out of something by deceit; cheat
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To delight and fill with wonder.
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To set aside for a specific use or certain person
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An attainment, such as a skill or social accomplishment.
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