TRAP MEANING IN HINDI - EXACT MATCHES

TRAP= फंदा (pr. {phanada} )(Verb)
Usage:the exam was full of trap questions
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TRAP= फन्दा (pr. {phanda} )(Verb)
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TRAP= फँस जाना (pr. {phaNas jana} )(Verb)
Usage:He was trapped inside when the fire broke out.
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TRAP= फ़ँसाना (pr. {phaNasana} )(Verb)
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TRAP= फ़ँनाना (pr. {phaNanana} )(Verb)
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TRAP= चाल (pr. {chal} )(Noun)
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TRAP= अटकना (pr. {aTakana} )(Verb)
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TRAP= घात (pr. {ghat} )(Noun)
Usage:The rat was caught in a trap.
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TRAP= मुँह (pr. {muNah} )(Verb)
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TRAP= जाल (pr. {jal} )(Noun)
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TRAP= जाल लगाना (pr. {jal lagana} )(Verb)
Usage:The hunter hid behind the bushes to trap the antelope.
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TRAP= पकड़ना (pr. {pakaDana} )(Verb)
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TRAP= रौकना (pr. {raukana} )(Verb)
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TRAP= डालना (pr. {Dalana} )(Verb)
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OTHER RELATED WORDS

TRAPEZE= कलाबाजी का झूला (pr. {kalabaji ka jhula} )(Noun)
Usage:The girls are ready to display their skill in the trapeze in the circus.
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TRAPEZE= समलंब (pr. {samalanab} )(Noun)
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TRAPDOOR= छतद्वार (pr. {chhatadvar} )(Noun)
Usage:The trapdoor is open.
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TRAPPINGS= साज सामान (pr. {saj saman} )(Noun)
Usage:He had the trappings of the high position.
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TRAPEZIUM= समलम्ब (pr. {samalamb} )(Noun)
Usage:She bought a land which looked like a trapezium.
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TRAPEZIUM= समलंब (pr. {samalanab} )(Noun)
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TRAP DOOR= पाश द्वार (pr. {pash dvar} )(noun)
Usage:earlier people prefer to have a trap door in their residence.
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TRAPEZOID= समलंब (pr. {samalanab} )(Noun)
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TRAPEZOID= विषम चतुर्भुज (pr. {viSham chaturbhuj} )(Noun)
Usage:The teacher is teaching trapezoid in Geometry.
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TRAPPED ON= में फँसा (pr. {men phaNasa} )(Verb)
Usage:He was trpped on the plan.
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Definition of Trap


  • a device in which something (usually an animal) can be caught and penned
  • drain consisting of a U-shaped section of drainpipe that holds liquid and so prevents a return flow of sewer gas
  • something (often something deceptively attractive) that catches you unawares; "the exam was full of trap questions"; "it was all a snare and delusion"

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