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Translation of "trap" - English-Turkish dictionary

trap

noun [C]
 
 
/træp/
CATCHING ANIMALS B2 a piece of equipment for catching animals
tuzak, kapan
a mouse trapPlotting and trappingPlanning, expecting and arrangingCheating and tricking
SITUATION B2 a dangerous or unpleasant situation which is difficult to escape from
tuzak, kurtulması zor ve tehlikeli durum
[usually singular] Such families get caught in the poverty trap. →  See also booby trap Plotting and trappingPlanning, expecting and arrangingCheating and trickingDifficult situations and unpleasant experiencesAccidents and disasters
Translations of “trap”
in Arabic فَخّ…
in Korean 덫…
in Malaysian perangkap…
in French piège…
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 Spanish trampa…
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 noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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