Definition of trapper in English:

trapper

Line breaks: trap|per
Pronunciation: /ˈtrapə
 
/

noun

A person who traps wild animals, especially for their fur.
More example sentences
  • A delegation of East Gippsland farmers will approach Environment Minister John Thwaites to push for more wild dog trappers.
  • In addition, trappers check their trap lines on a daily basis, minimizing the amount of time the animal waits.
  • Their participation was crucial because the rural poor are usually exploited as animal trappers.

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