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罠, 羂, わな

  • wana


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • snare
  • trap (for catching wild game, etc.)


  • trap (i.e. ruse, subterfuge, etc.)

Examples of 罠,羂,わな in a Sentence

He set me up for the scandal.
Cheese often lures a mouse into a trap.
She fell into a trap in her turn.
Watch out for the trap! she screamed.
The old man freed the little fox from the trap.
We set a trap to catch a fox.
I think it is cruel to trap animals for fur coats.
We tried to trap the fox.
He baited the trap for rabbits.
He set a trap to catch the animal.

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