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1. An unsafe building or other structure.
2. A perilous circumstance or situation.
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a building, vehicle, etc, that is considered very unsafe
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a structure, place, or situation where there is imminent risk of death.
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|Noun||1.||deathtrap - any structure that is very unsafe; where people are likely to be killed|
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deathtrap[ˈdeθtræp] N (= place) → lugar m peligroso; (= vehicle) → vehículo m peligroso
this car's a deathtrap → este coche es un peligro or una trampa mortal
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