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  1. traps
    IPA[traps]
  2. plural

    • 1. personal belongings; baggage:

      I was ready to pack my traps and leave
    • plural

      personal belongings; baggage:
    • 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:

      the compartment from which a greyhound is released at the start of a race.

    • verb

      catch (an animal) in a trap.

      prevent (someone) from escaping from a place:

    • verb

      put trappings on (a horse):
    • noun

      basalt or a similar dark, fine-grained igneous rock.
    • 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:

      the compartment from which a greyhound is released at the start of a race.

    • verb

      catch (an animal) in a trap.

      prevent (someone) from escaping from a place:

    • noun

      basalt or a similar dark, fine-grained igneous rock.
    • verb

      put trappings on (a horse):
    • noun

      an apparently harmless object containing a concealed explosive device designed to kill or injure anyone who touches it:

      a trap intended as a practical joke, such as an object placed on top of a door ajar ready to fall on the next person to pass through.

    • verb

      place a booby trap in or on (an object or area):
    • noun

      an illuminated trap for attracting and catching nocturnal animals, especially moths and other flying insects.

      a device for excluding light from a darkroom without preventing entry into it.

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