A trap, pony trap (sometimes pony and trap) or horse trap is a light, often sporty, two-wheeled or sometimes four-wheeled horse- or pony-drawn carriage, usually accommodating two to four persons in various seating arrangements, such as face-to-face or back-to-back. "Pony and trap" is also used as Cockney rhyming slang for "crap" meaning nonsense or rubbish.

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  • A trap, pony trap (sometimes pony and trap) or horse trap is a light, often sporty, two-wheeled or sometimes four-wheeled horse- or pony-drawn carriage, usually accommodating two to four persons in various seating arrangements, such as face-to-face or back-to-back. "Pony and trap" is also used as Cockney rhyming slang for "crap" meaning nonsense or rubbish. (en)
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  • A trap, pony trap (sometimes pony and trap) or horse trap is a light, often sporty, two-wheeled or sometimes four-wheeled horse- or pony-drawn carriage, usually accommodating two to four persons in various seating arrangements, such as face-to-face or back-to-back. "Pony and trap" is also used as Cockney rhyming slang for "crap" meaning nonsense or rubbish. (en)
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  • Trap (carriage) (en)
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