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Trap or Traps may refer to:
- Trap (tactic), a device or tactic intended to catch an intruder, enemy, error, or substance
- Ecological trap
- Evolutionary trap
- Perceptual trap
- Tartrate-resistant acid phosphatase, a metalloenzyme involved in bone formation.
- Thrombin receptor activating peptide
- Thyroid Hormone Receptor-associated Proteins, a transcriptional coactivator
- TNF receptor associated periodic syndrome, the cutaneous condition tumor necrosis factor receptor associated periodic syndrome
- TNF-related activation protein, also known as CD40 ligand.
- Tripartite ATP-independent periplasmic transporter, a family of prokaryotic solute transporters.
- trp RNA-binding attenuation protein, a RNA-binding protein regulating the biosynthetis of tryptophan
- Twin reversed arterial perfusion, a twin pregnancy abnormality
- Sediment trap (geology)
- Structural trap (in petroleum geology)
- Trap basalt, a type of rock formation
- Trap rock, a fine-grained, dark-colored igneous rock
- Magnetic trap (disambiguation), various meanings, in physics
- Trap (car), a secret compartment in an automobile
- Trap (carriage), a type of horse-drawn carriage
- Trap (computing), a code or signal designed to capture errors and reveal where they are
- Trap (plumbing), a U-shaped pipe located below a drain; also called a water seal
- Trap (printing), a commercial printing technique to overcome registration problems
- TRAP (processor instruction)
- Deep-level trap, a crystalline defect in a semiconductor material
- Ink trap, a feature of some typefaces that are spaces where printing ink can accumulate
- Giovanni Trapattoni (born 1939), Italian association football coach and former player also known as sometimes known as "Trap" or "Il Trap"
Art, entertainment, and media
- Traps (1994 film), Australian film directed by Pauline Chan
- Trap (2015 film), a Filipino film
- A Trap, a 1997 Polish film
- The Trap (1966 film), Canadian/UK film directed by Sidney Hayers
- Trap (poker), a poker strategy
- Trap (novel), a 1966 novel by Peter Mathers
- Trap music, a genre of music
- Trap (Dead Man Ray album), 2000
- Trap (Henry Lau album)
- "Trap" (Henry Lau song) (feat. Taemin and Kyuhyun)
- Traps (album), a 2012 album by Jaill
- Traps (TV series), an American police drama
- Trap room, a part of a theater
- Bat and trap, an old game related to cricket
- Neutral zone trap, an ice hockey defensive strategy
- Trap run, an American football play
- Trap shooting, a form of competitive clay pigeon shooting
- Triathlon Association of the Philippines, the governing body for the sports of triathlon in the Philippines.
- Trap, Carmarthenshire, a hamlet in Wales
- Deccan Traps, a large igneous province located on the Deccan Plateau of west-central India and one of the largest volcanic features on Earth
- Emeishan Traps, a large igneous province in southwestern China, centered in Sichuan province
- Paraná and Etendeka traps, a dismembered large igneous province in Brazil and Angola/Namibia
- Siberian Traps, a large igneous province in Russia, roughly equal to western Europe in land area
- Tactical Recovery of Aircraft and Personnel, a U.S. military term for a rescue mission to retrieve a downed aircraft
- TRAP law ("Targeted Regulation of Abortion Providers"), a type of legislation used to restrict abortion providers
- Thought to be a Pejorative term for transgender and transexual people, often used to describe men who look the same as a woman. See Passing (gender)
- Slang for crack house
- "It's a Trap!"
- Sand trap (disambiguation)
- Trapezius muscle
- The Trap (disambiguation)
- Trapped (disambiguation)
- Trapper (disambiguation)
- Trapping (disambiguation)
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