Trap

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A trap is a mechanical device used to capture or restrain an animal for purposes such as hunting, pest control, or ecological research.

Trap or TRAP may also refer to:

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  • Chemical trap, a chemical compound that is used to detect unstable compounds
  • Petroleum trap, a geological structure that creates a petroleum reservoir
  • Trap rock, any dark-colored, fine-grained, non-granitic igneous rock
  • Trap (computing), a code or signal designed to capture errors and reveal where they are
  • Trap (plumbing), a pipe to prevent the release of gases
  • Trap (printing), a commercial-printing technique to overcome registration problems

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