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trap /træp/ noun [countable]
trap verb (past tense and past participle trapped, present participle trapping) [transitive]


تله (در بسکتبال) ، فاصله چرمی بین شست انگشتان دستکش ، به تله انداختن استوپ با کف پا ، سد کردن ، حرکت دادن هدفها در مقابل تیرانداز دام ، زانویی مستراح وغیره ، دریچه ، گیر ، محوطه کوچک ، شکماف ، نیرنگ ، فریب دهان ، بدام انداختن ، در تله انداختن ، در تله اندازی ، علوم مهندسی: سیفون ، کامپیوتر: حبس شدن ، عمران: سیفون ، معماری: سیفون ، ورزش: تله
الکترونیک: تله ، در تله انداختن ، حبس شدن ، کامپیوتر: تله ، زانو ، سیفون ، علوم مهندسی: تله ، در بسکتبال : ، فاصله چرمی بین شست انگشتان دستکش ، به تله انداختن استوپ با کف پا ، سد کردن ، حرکت دادن هدفها در مقابل تیرانداز دام ، تله ، شطرنج ، : ورزشی: دام ، تله ، سیفون ، معماری: سیفون ، عمران: زانویی مستراح وغیره ، تله ، دام ، دریچه ، گیر، محوطه کوچک ، شکماف ، نیرنگ ، فریب دهان ، بدام انداختن ، در تله انداختن ، در تله اندازی کامپیوتر: محبوس

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

trap
[noun]
Synonyms:
- snare, ambush, gin, net, noose, pitfall
- trick, ambush, deception, ruse, stratagem, subterfuge, wile
[verb]
Synonyms:
- catch, corner, enmesh, ensnare, entrap, snare, take
- trick, ambush, beguile, deceive, dupe, ensnare, inveigle
Related Words: artifice, feint, gambit, maneuver, ploy, ruse, stratagem, wile, birdlime, net, ambuscade, ambush, conspiracy, intrigue, machination, plot, mousetrap, snag
English Thesaurus: catch, arrest, apprehend, capture, take somebody prisoner, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. trap1 /træp/ noun [countable]
[Language: Old English; Origin: træppe, treppe]

1. FOR ANIMALS a piece of equipment for catching animals:
The only way to catch mice is to set a trap.
He stepped into a bear trap covered in snow.mousetrap

2. CLEVER TRICK a clever trick that is used to catch someone or to make them do or say something that they did not intend to
lay/set a trap (for somebody)
Mr Smith has walked straight into a trap laid by the Tories.
fall/walk into a trap
Police had set a trap for hooligans at the match.

3. BAD SITUATION an unpleasant or difficult situation that is difficult to escape from:
Amanda felt that marriage was a trap.
debt/unemployment etc trap
people caught in the unemployment trap

4. fall into/avoid the trap of doing something to do something that seems good at the time but is not sensible or wise, or to avoid doing this:
Don’t fall into the trap of investing all your money in one place.

5. keep your trap shut spoken a rude way of telling someone to not say anything about things that are secret:
Just keep your trap shut.

6. shut your trap! spoken a rude way of telling someone to stop talking

7. VEHICLE a vehicle with two wheels, pulled by a horse

8. SPORT American English sandtrap Synonym : bunker British English

9. DOG RACE a special gate from which a greyhound is set free at the beginning of a race
booby trap, death trap, ⇒ poverty trap at poverty(3), ⇒ speed trap, tourist trap

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. trap2 verb (past tense and past participle trapped, present participle trapping) [transitive]

1. IN A DANGEROUS PLACE [usually passive] to prevent someone from escaping from somewhere, especially a dangerous place:
Twenty miners were trapped underground.
Dozens of people were trapped in the rubble when the building collapsed.
There’s no way out! We’re trapped!

2. IN A BAD SITUATION be/feel trapped to be in a bad situation from which you cannot escape
be/feel trapped in
Julia felt trapped in her role of wife and mother.

3. ANIMAL to catch an animal or bird using a trap

4. CATCH SOMEBODY to catch someone by forcing them into a place from which they cannot escape:
The police trapped the terrorists at a roadblock.

5. TRICK to trick someone so that you make them do or say something that they did not intend to
trap somebody into (doing) something
I was trapped into signing a confession.

6. CRUSH British English to get a part of your body crushed between two objects Synonym : pinch American English:
Mind you don’t trap your fingers in the door.
pain from a trapped nerve

7. GAS/WATER ETC to prevent something such as gas or water from getting away:
solar panels that trap the sun’s heat

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

trap
noun
I. hidden equipment used for catching sb/sth
ADJ. animal, bear, man, mouse (also mousetrap), etc. | gin, leghold, pit/pitfall | radar, speed Slow down?there are speed traps along this stretch of road.
VERB + TRAP be/get caught in | catch sth in | free sth from The fox had managed to free itself from the trap.
lay, set | bait Mousetraps are traditionally baited with cheese.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

trap
II. sth that tricks you; unpleasant situation
ADJ. hidden, obvious | potential | booby | deadly | death, debt, poverty, unemployment The overhead cable is a potential death trap for birds.
offside (in football)
VERB + TRAP lay, set | spring | lure sb into | catch sb in | be/get caught in, fall into, stumble into, walk into It is easy to fall into the trap of taking out a loan you cannot afford.
avoid | fear, suspect

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

trap
̈ɪtræp
See: mind like a steel trap , sand trap , speed trap

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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