[ US /ˈkɑɹˌdʒæk/ ]
[ UK /kˈɑːd‍ʒæk/ ]
  1. take someone's car from him by force, usually with the intention of stealing it
    My car was carjacked last night!
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How To Use carjack In A Sentence

  • Car crime is soaring, from staged accidents to carjackings, and it is drivers who will have to pay the price through higher motor premiums, the insurance industry warned last week.
  • As Bradsher himself notes, the advent of theft-proof auto locks spurred a rise in carjackings.
  • The three killers were part of a loose-knit gang behind a major crimewave of carjackings and thefts that began around October last year.
  • If there are about 40 actual carjackings involving violence in London a year, and 2.3million cars, this makes a 0.002 percent chance of a car getting carjacked.
  • But minutes later, this carjacking took a deadly new twist.
  • The only people that should have the luxury to enjoy simulating murders, carjackings, and the killings of police officers are kids.
  • The threat of carjackings and kidnappings keeps people locked inside their houses.
  • I am sure there are a lot more thieves, muggers and carjackers who could be dealt with the same way.
  • Can you imagine what could have happened if she tried to pull out a gun on two men who were attempting to carjack her? Senator's daughter is carjacked
  • The characters did nothing except make cynical comments while videotaping a carjacking.
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