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hijack (noun) · hijacks (plural noun) · highjack (noun) · highjacks (plural noun)
The term "hijack" in poker refers to the player who is sitting two seats right of the "button" and one seat to the right of the "cutoff". Over the years, automatic button raises have become far too common.
THE word 'hijack' has its origins in pre-revolutionary France. Impoverished peasants attacked and robbed aristocrats travelling in coaches through the countryside. The word they employed for this practice was 'échaquer,' which, sharing a common root with 'éjecter' in the Latin word 'eiacere,' meant primarily the physical removal...
In general, hijack refers to taking control over something and causing it to do something else . The most common type of hijacking is a malware infects that redirects your web browser, homepage, or search engine to a malicious site or somewhere you don't want to be.
hijack, highjack(verb) seizure of a vehicle in transit either to rob it or divert it to an alternate destination. Synonyms: highjack. commandeer, hijack, highjack, pirate(verb) take arbitrarily or by force.