Definition of honeytrap in English:

honeytrap

Syllabification: hon·ey·trap
Pronunciation: /ˈhənēˌtrap
 
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(also honey trap)

noun

  • A stratagem in which irresistible bait is used to lure a victim.
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    • To set the honeytrap, before the wedding night, each suspicious fiancé tells the agency about his loved one's taste in men, music and food, enabling the detectives to cast a potential seducer with matching looks and interests.
    • He has left his wife and family after allegedly asking an underage girl to pose naked in a tabloid newspaper honeytrap.

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