[huhn-ee-sweet] /ˈhʌn iˈswit/
sweet as honey.
sweet or endearing
/ˈhʌnɪˌtræp/ noun 1. (informal) a scheme in which a victim is lured into a compromising sexual situation to provide an opportunity for blackmail noun See honey trap
- Honey trap
noun a strategy whereby an attractive person coerces another person into doing or revealing something; also, a person employing this strategy to entrap another; also written honeytrap Examples It’s the oldest sting in the book – the honeytrap. Word Origin originally in espionage, now mainly applied to journalism Usage Note mainly UK
noun, Facetious Older Use. 1. a wagon or truck for collecting and carrying excrement or manure. 2. a manure spreader, as on a farm. 3. a truck or trailer containing several toilets and used as a mobile rest room. noun phrase
company A US company known for its mainframes and operating systems. The company’s history is long and tortuous, with many mergers, acquisitions and name changes. A company formed on 1886-04-23 to make furnace regulators eventually merged in 1927 with another company formed in 1904 by a young plumbing and heating engineer named Mark Honeywell who […]