Word: trap

Category: trap

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Related words: trap

the trap, fly trap, mouse trap, parent trap, venus, wolf trap, venus fly trap, trap house, trap music, the parent trap, trap house 3, trap lord, trap god, trap back, gucci mane, fruit fly trap, mosquito trap

Synonyms: trap

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: trap

spanish
emboscada, acecho, lazo, trampa


german
maul, kabelbinder, hinterhalt, schlinge, falle, ...

french
piéger, trappe, attraper, piège, guêpier, ...

italian
trappola, laccio, insidia, tranello, agguato, ...

portuguese
emboscada, transversal, goela, alçapão, armadilha

dutch
slag, val, muil, valstrik, bek, ...

russian
трап, уловитель, петля, стремянка, капкан, ...

norwegian
snare, felle

swedish
snara, fälla

finnish
ansa, pyydys, paula, vipu, loukku

danish
fælde

czech
lapač, nástraha, léčka, chytačka, past

polish
trapienie, pułapka, płuczka, potrzask, zasadzka, ...

hungarian
csapda, kordé

turkish
pusu, tuzak

greek
παγίδα, παγιδεύω

ukrainian
трап, пастка, багаж, сільце, западня, ...

albanian
kap, kurth

estonian
püünis, lõks

croatian
klopka, trap, zaklopac, stupica

icelandic
gildra

latin
dolus

lithuanian
spąstai

latvian
lamatas

romanian
capcană, ambuscadă

slovenian
past

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The meaning and "use of": trap

noun
  • a device or enclosure designed to catch and retain animals, typically by allowing entry but not exit or by catching hold of a part of the body.
  • a situation in which people lie in wait to make a surprise attack.
  • a device for hurling an object such as a clay pigeon into the air to be shot at.
  • a light, two-wheeled carriage pulled by a horse or pony.
  • a person's mouth (used in expressions to do with speaking).
  • percussion instruments, typically in a jazz band.
  • basalt or a similar dark, fine-grained igneous rock.

verb
  • catch (an animal) in a trap.
  • put trappings on (a horse, etc.).

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