suomi-englanti sanakirja

trap englannista suomeksi

  1. joutua

  2. houkutin

  3. kiekonheitin

  4. loukku, merta, ansa

  5. kiesit

  6. hiekkaeste

  7. pyydystää, ajaa ansaan

  8. vesilukko, hajulukko

  9. jäädä kiinni

  10. tarttua

  11. kita

  1. ansa, loukku, sadin

  2. ansa

  3. luukku

  4. tikkaat (monikko)

  5. koppi for animals, heitin in shooting, pesä

  6. hajulukko, vesilukko

  7. turpa

  8. tavarat (monikko)

  9. ansastaa, pyytää ansoilla">pyytää ansoilla

  10. ajaa ansaan">ajaa ansaan

  11. ansoittaa for game or enemy; asentaa hajulukko">asentaa hajulukko drain, sewer

  12. ansoittaa to set traps, ansastaa to hunt with traps

  13. häipyä

  14. paikallistaa

  15. Substantiivi

trap englanniksi

  1. A machine or other device designed to catch (and sometimes kill) animals, either by holding them in a container, or by catching hold of part of the body.

  2. (syn)


  3. (quote-book)

  4. A trick or arrangement designed to catch someone in a more general sense; a snare.

  5. (RQ:Shakespeare Henry 8)

  6. A (usually fictional) location or feature originally added to a map to detect plagiarism and copyright violations by other map makers or map services.

  7. (coi)

  8. A covering over a hole or opening; a trapdoor.

  9. A kind of movable stepladder or set of stairs.

  10. 1798 January 3, Edinburgh Weekly Journal, page 5:

  11. There is likewise a cabin trap with five steps.
  12. 1842, Ellison Jack (girl, age 11), quoted in ''The Condition and Treatment of the Children Employed in the Mines'', page 48:

  13. "I have to bear my burthen up four traps, or ladders, before I get to the main road which leads to the pit bottom."
  14. {{quote-text|en|year=1847|author=David Low|title=Elements of Practical Agriculture|page=37

  15. {{quote-text|en|year=1867|title=The Children's hour|page=137

  16. {{quote-text|en|year=1875|title=The Gardner: A Magazine of Horticulture and Floriculture|page=3

  17. {{quote-text|en|year=1887|author=George G. Green|title=Gordonhaven|page=114

  18. 1889 (original 1886), Willock, Rosetty Ends, 29:

  19. Had climbed up the trap-stair, and was busy potterin' aboot.
  20. {{quote-text|en|year=1920|title=Soviet Russia|page=14

  21. {{quote-text|en|year=1960|author=Bernard Guilbert Guerney|title=An Anthology of Russian Literature in the Soviet Period from Gorki to Pasternak

  22. A wooden instrument shaped somewhat like a shoe, used in the game of trapball.

  23. The game of trapball itself.

  24. Any device used to hold and suddenly release an object.

  25. A bend, sag, or other device in a waste-pipe arranged so that the liquid contents form a seal which prevents the escape of noxious gases, but permits the flow of liquids.

  26. A place in a water pipe, pump, etc., where air accumulates for lack of an outlet.

  27. A successful landing on an carrier using the carrier's gear.

  28. A light two-wheeled carriage with springs.

  29. (RQ:Lawrence Sons and Lovers)

  30. (RQ:Maugham Moon and Sixpence)

  31. (RQ:Orwell Animal Farm)

  32. (quote-journal)

  33. A person's mouth.

  34. (syn of).

  35. A policeman.

  36. (RQ:Dickens Oliver Twist)

  37. Belongings.

  38. {{quote-text|en|year=1870|author=Mark Twain|title=Running for Governor

  39. {{quote-book|en|year=1938|author=Xavier Herbert|title=(novel)|Capricornia|location=New York|publisher=D. Appleton-Century|year_published=1943|chapter=IX|page=144|url=

  40. A cubicle (in a public toilet).

  41. Trapshooting.

  42. A geological structure that creates a petroleum reservoir.

  43. An exception generated by the processor or by an external event.

  44. A mining license inspector during the Australian rush.

  45. {{quote-book|en|year=1996|author=Judith Kapferer|title=Being All Equal: Identity, Difference and Australian Cultural Practice|pageurl=|page=84

  46. {{quote-book|en|year=2006|author=Helen Calvert; Jenny Herbst; Ross Smith|title=Australia and the World: Thinking Historically|pageurl=|page=55

  47. (senseid) A vehicle, residential building, or sidewalk corner where drugs are manufactured, packaged, or sold.

  48. An area, especially of a city, with a low level of opportunity and a high level of poverty and crime; a ghetto; a hood.

  49. {{quote-text|en|year=2018|author=Kyle T. Mays|title=Hip Hop Beats, Indigenous Rhymes: Modernity and Hip Hop in North America|page=93

  50. (quote-song)

  51. A genre of hip-hop music, with half-time drums and heavy sub-bass.

  52. Someone with male-typical anatomy who passes as female.

  53. (quote-newsgroup)

  54. {{quote-book|en|year=2020|author=jaye simpson|title=it was never going to be okay|publisher=Harbour Publishing|isbn=9780889713833

  55. {{quote-book|en|year=2021|author=Coulsdon Writers|title=Back to the Writing|isbn=9781291653229|page=37

  56. (rfdate), Klei Nightwriter, ''The Book of Voltaire: The Complete Bundle (Season 1) 3rd Edition REVISED'', Klei Nightwriter

  57. I love femboys better than trannies, traps are better than futa anyway. We conversed and we started to get close. I chose her. So, she told me to sit down so she can cut my hair. "I want to dye my hair; how much is that?"
  58. (seeMoreCites)

  59. A fictional character from anime, or related media, who is coded as or has qualities typically associated with a gender other than the character's ostensible gender; otokonoko, josou.

  60. {{quote-text|en|year=2013|url=|title=One Piece: Grand Line 3 Point 5, page 47

  61. The money earned by a prostitute for a pimp.

  62. {{quote-text|en|year=2010|author=C. J. Land|title=A Hustler's Tale|page=54

  63. {{quote-text|en|year=2011|author=Shaheem Hargrove; Sharice Cuthrell|title=The Rise and Fall of a Ghetto Celebrity|page=55

  64. 2012 (original 1981), Alix Kates Shulman, ''On the Stroll: A Novel'', Open Road Media ((ISBN)):

  65. For the first time in the week since she'd been hooking she hadn't made her trap.
  66. To physically capture, to catch in a trap or traps, or something like a trap.

  67. To ensnare; to take by stratagem; to entrap.

  68. (RQ:Dryden Metamorphoses)

  69. To provide with a trap.

  70. To set traps for game; to make a business of trapping game; to travel for the purpose of trapping.

  71. To successfully land an aircraft on an carrier using the carrier's gear.

  72. (ant)

  73. To leave suddenly, to flee.

  74. To capture (e.g. an error) in order to handle or process it.

  75. To attend to and open and close a (trap-)door.

  76. (seeCites)

  77. Of a 'trap': to trick a (heterosexual) man into having sex, by appearing to be a woman.

  78. {{quote-book|en|year=2016|author=Stefan Horlacher|title=Transgender and Intersex: Theoretical, Practical, and Artistic Perspectives|publisher=Palgrave Macmillan US|page=92

  79. To sell illegal drugs, especially in a public area.

  80. (quote-song) in the rain / Stole these Marshall bikes today / But don't walk in the bikers' lane / Or you're gonna catch a deafaz to the brain

  81. A dark coloured igneous rock, now used to designate any non-granitic igneous rock; rock.

  82. To dress with ornaments; to adorn (especially said of horses).

  83. (RQ:Spenser Faerie Queene)

  84. (RQ:Tennyson Poems 1842)

  85. The trapezius muscle.

  86. stairs, staircase

  87. raft, ferry

  88. thick grove

  89. furrow, channel, ditch

  90. path (on the mountains or in the woods)

  91. earth, dust

  92. trot

  93. shooting

  94. (infl of)

  95. ladder

  96. degree, grade

  97. kick (gloss)

  98. (topics) bustard

  99. trapshooting, trap (gloss)

  100. trap

  101. (l) (gloss)

  102. gangway, gangplank, gangboard, ladder

  103. trapdoor

  104. (inflection of)

  105. (l) (a transvestite or trans woman)

  106. (l) (music)

  107. trot (gloss)