自2010年至今的四级考试中， 共出现过 次
自2010年至今的六级考试中， 共出现过 次
N-COUNT (捕鸟兽的)陷阱，罗网，夹子，捕捉器 A trap is a device which is placed somewhere or a hole which is dug somewhere in order to catch animals or birds.
VERB 设陷阱捕捉 If a person traps animals or birds, he or she catches them using traps.
The locals were encouraged to trap and kill the birds.
N-COUNT 圈套;诡计;骗局 A trap is a trick that is intended to catch or deceive someone.
He failed to keep a rendezvous after sensing a police trap…
He was trying to decide whether the question was some sort of a trap.
VERB 诱骗;使上当;使中计 If you trap someone into doing or saying something, you trick them so that they do or say it, although they did not want to.
Were you just trying to trap her into making some admission?...
She had trapped him so neatly that he wanted to slap her.
VERB 诱捕；抓捕 To trap someone, especially a criminal, means to capture them.
The police knew that to trap the killer they had to play him at his own game...
The couple set up a 24-hour security camera to trap the vandal scratching their car.
夫妇俩装了个 24 小时监控摄像头，想要抓住故意划坏他们车子的家伙。
N-COUNT 困境;窘境 A trap is an unpleasant situation that you cannot easily escape from.
The Government has found it's caught in a trap of its own making.
VERB 使困住;使受限制 If you are trapped somewhere, something falls onto you or blocks your way and prevents you from moving or escaping.
The train was trapped underground by a fire...
The light aircraft then cartwheeled, trapping both men...
VERB 采集;储存;使存留 When something traps gas, water, or energy, it prevents it from escaping.
Wool traps your body heat, keeping the chill at bay...
The volume of gas trapped on these surfaces can be considerable.
N-COUNT 双轮轻便马车 A trap is a light carriage with two wheels pulled by horses in which people used to travel.
PHRASE 落入陷阱；陷入误区 If someone falls into the trap of doing something, they think or behave in a way which is not wise or sensible.
Many people fall into the trap of believing that home decorating must always be done on a large scale...
It's a trap too many people fall into.
PHRASE 住嘴;闭嘴 If someone tells you to shut your trap or keep your trap shut, they are telling you rudely that you should be quiet and not say anything.