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trap

noun /trӕp/
a device for catching animals
trampa
He set a trap to catch the bear a mousetrap.
a plan or trick for taking a person by surprise
trampa
She led him into a trap He fell straight into the trap.
trapper noun a person who traps animals and sells their fur.
cazador (de animales de piel), trampero
trapdoor noun a small door, or opening, in a floor or ceiling
trampilla; (teatro) escotillón
A trapdoor in the ceiling led to the attic.
Translations of “trap”
in Arabic فَخّ…
in Korean 덫…
in Malaysian perangkap…
in French piège…
in Turkish tuzak, kapan, kurtulması zor ve tehlikeli durum…
in Italian trappola…
in Chinese (Traditional) 防止逃走的物件, 陷阱, 夾子…
in Russian ловушка, капкан…
in Polish pułapka…
in Vietnamese cái bẫy, kế hoạch để bẫy…
in Portuguese armadilha, cilada…
in Thai กับดัก, กลอุบาย…
in German die Falle…
in Catalan trampa…
in Japanese わな…
in Indonesian perangkap, jebakan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 防止逃走的物件, 陷阱, 夹子…
(Definition of trap from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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