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Definition of Mantrap

Mantrap
Mantrap Man"trap`, n. 1. A trap for catching trespassers. [Eng.] 2. A dangerous place, as an open hatch, into which one may fall.

Meaning of Mantrap from wikipedia

- Mantrap or man trap may refer to: Mantrap (access control), a double-door single-person access control space Mantrap (snare), a mechanical device for catching...
- A mantrap is a mechanical physical security device for catching poachers and tresp****ers. They have taken many forms, the most usual being like a large...
- A mantrap, air lock, sally port or access control vestibule is a physical security access control system comprising a small space with two sets of interlocking...
- Mantrap (also called ABC Mantrap in the United States) is a 1983 short film featuring songs by the English new wave band ABC. The film also features James...
- Mantrap is a 1926 American silent comedy film based on the novel of the same name by Sinclair Lewis. Mantrap stars Clara Bow, Percy Marmont, Ernest Torrence...
- Mantrap is a 1926 novel by Sinclair Lewis. One of Lewis's two unsuccessful novels of the 1920s, the other being The Man Who Knew Coolidge. Mantrap is the...
- Mantrap, released in the United States as Man in Hiding, is a 1953 whodunit directed by Terence Fisher, starring Paul Henreid. The film was based on the...
- The Mantrap is a 1943 American mystery film directed by George Sherman and written by Curt Siodmak. The film stars Henry Stephenson, Lloyd Corrigan, Joseph...
- Venus Mantrap is a Big Finish Productions audio drama featuring Lisa Bowerman as Bernice Summerfield, a character from the spin-off media based on the...
- Mantrap Lake is a lake in Hubbard County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota. Mantrap Lake was so named because it was known by the pioneers to be difficult...
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