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trap  Verb
Plural: traps
  1. Translate "trap" to Spanish: atrapar, coger, acorralar
    English Synonyms of "trap": capture, catch, get, get caught, get one's hands on, nab
    Define meaning of "trap": To hold fast or prevent from moving. ; Catch in or as if in a trap. ; Hold or catch as if in a trap. ; Place in a confining or embarrassing position.
  2. The child was pinned under the fallen tree.
    The men trap foxes.
    The gaps between the teeth trap food particles.
    He was trapped in a difficult situation.

  3. Translate "trap" to Spanish: entrampar, echar el gancho a
    English Synonyms of "trap": hook, catch, enmesh, get one's hands on, tangle, ensnare, entrap
    Define meaning of "trap": Catch in or as if in a trap. ; Hold or catch as if in a trap. ; Place in a confining or embarrassing position.
  4. The men trap foxes.
    The gaps between the teeth trap food particles.
    He was trapped in a difficult situation.

  5. Translate "trap" to Spanish: poner trampas, poner trampas para la caza
    English Synonyms of "trap": set traps for game

trap  Noun
  1. Translate "trap" to Spanish: trampa, armadijo, red
    English Synonyms of "trap": snare, booby trap, hatch, web, chasm, deadfall, mandrague, pitfall
    Define meaning of "trap": A device in which something (usually an animal) can be caught and penned. ; A device to hurl clay pigeons into the air for trapshooters. ; Something (often something deceptively attractive) that catches you unawares.
  2. The exam was full of trap questions.
    It was all a snare and delusion.

  3. Translate "trap" to Spanish: trampa, emboscada, artimaña, asechanza, asecho, celada, asechamiento, chapuza
    English Synonyms of "trap": ambush, snare, trick, ruse, scheme, ambuscade, deception, hocus-pocus, jiggery-pokery, cod
    Define meaning of "trap": The act of concealing yourself and lying in wait to attack by surprise. ; Something (often something deceptively attractive) that catches you unawares.
  4. The exam was full of trap questions.
    It was all a snare and delusion.

  5. Translate "trap" to Spanish: sifón
    English Synonyms of "trap": siphon, siphon bottle
    Define meaning of "trap": Drain consisting of a U-shaped section of drainpipe that holds liquid and so prevents a return flow of sewer gas.

  6. Translate "trap" to Spanish: trampa, salto no programado
    English Synonyms of "trap": gotcha

  7. Translate "trap" to Spanish: trampa, página Web que no permite al lector regresar a la página anterior
    English Synonyms of "trap": web page that doesn't allow the reader to go back to the previous page

  8. Translate "trap" to Spanish: lugar en un programa donde se pueden manejar condiciones inesperadas o no permitidas
    English Synonyms of "trap": place in a program where unexpected or non-allowed conditions can be managed

Verb Conjugation for "trap"
Gerund:trapping
Past Participle:trapped

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