Definitiv Pferdewagen oder -kutsche oder etwas in der Art.
Für Deinen Neueintragsvorschlag hier schon einmal ein paar Quellen:http://www.onelook.com/?w=trap&ls=a
• noun 1 a device or enclosure designed to catch and retain animals. 2 an unpleasant situation from which it is hard to escape. 3 a trick causing someone to act contrary to their interests or intentions. 4 a container or device used to collect a specified thing. 5 a curve in the waste pipe from a bath, basin, or toilet that is always full of liquid to prevent the upward passage of gases. 6 a bunker or other hollow on a golf course. 7 the compartment from which a greyhound is released at the start of a race. 8 a device for hurling an object such as a clay pigeon into the air. 9 chiefly historical a light, two-wheeled carriage pulled by a horse or pony
. informal a person’s mouth.
Main Entry: 1trap
Etymology: Middle English, from Old English treppe & Anglo-French trape (of Germanic origin); akin to Middle Dutch trappe trap, stair, Old English treppan to tread
Date: before 12th century
1 : a device for taking game or other animals; especially : one that holds by springing shut suddenly
2 a : something by which one is caught or stopped unawares; also : a position or situation from which it is difficult or impossible to escape b : a football play in which a defensive player is allowed to cross the line of scrimmage and then is blocked from the side while the ballcarrier advances through the spot vacated by the defensive player c : the act or an instance of trapping the ball in soccer d : a defensive maneuver in basketball in which two defenders converge quickly on the ball handler to steal the ball or force a bad pass
3 a : a device for hurling clay pigeons into the air b : sand trap c : a piece of leather or section of interwoven leather straps between the thumb and index finger of a baseball glove that forms an extension of the pocket
4 slang : mouth5 : a light usually one-horse carriage with springs
6 : any of various devices for preventing passage of something often while allowing other matter to proceed; especially : a device for drains or sewers consisting of a bend or partitioned chamber in which the liquid forms a seal to prevent the passage of sewer gas
7 plural : a group of percussion instruments (as a bass drum, snare drums, and cymbals) used especially in a dance or jazz band
8 : an arrangement of rock strata that favors the accumulation of oil and gas
9 plural [speed trap] : a measured stretch of a course over which electronic timing devices measure the speed of a vehicle (as a racing car or dragster)
(Hervorhebungen von mir)Edit:
Tatsache, steht schon in LEO, allerdings unter "zusammengesetzte Einträge", was zwar auf deutscher Seite einen Sinn ergibt, nicht jedoch auf englischer. So weit unten hätte ich jedenfalls nicht geschaut.