man·trap (mănʹtrăp') n.
1. A trap set to catch trespassers or poachers.
2. Slang. A woman considered dangerously seductive and scheming.

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  • mantrap — /ˈmæntræp/ (say mantrap) noun 1. a trap or snare for catching a man, especially a trespasser. 2. Colloquial a seductive woman …   Australian English dictionary

  • mantrap — noun Date: 1775 a trap for catching humans ; snare …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • mantrap — mæntræp n. trap used to catch humans, snare …   English contemporary dictionary

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