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trap door

noun [C]  /ˈtræp ˈdɔr/ us  
a door in a floor or ceiling that leads to another, often hidden room: In the middle of the living room was a trap door to the cellar.
Translations of “trap door”
in Chinese (Traditional) (天花板或地板上的)活板門,地板門…
in Russian люк…
in Turkish kapak şeklinde kapı, dam kapağı, yer kapağı…
in Chinese (Simplified) (天花板或地板上的)活板门,地板门…
in Polish klapa…
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