a type of alien that will invade earth in the year 3065.

Diet: CHILDREN
habitat: mars
Allies: rectangular prisms, cubic centimeters and decahedrons
Enemies: humans
Dude: hey dude did you know that the trapezoids will invade earth in 3065
by Deadlypants905 July 15, 2020
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Trapezoid is a word to explain irrelevant people because a trapezoid is an irrelevant shape that no one wants. Who would want a trapezoid over any other shape?
Guy 1: So dude if you had to pick a shape between a circle, square, trapezoid, and a diamond, which one would you want the least?

Guy 2: Oh of course the trapezoid like why the fuck would I pick a trapezoid.
by Shape Expert October 22, 2015
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insane, different, unique. one who is not afraid to be themselves.
Brittain is seriously trapezoidal.
by Brink February 18, 2004
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n. A quadrilateral pair of breasts of either sex or animal having two parallel sides.

sl. Trappys, Trappers (Chief Brit).

New Latin trapezods, from Greek trapezoeids, trapezium-shaped :trapeza, table; see trapezium + -oeids, -oid. Old English trappytits.
"That's a strange table-looking bra that woman has on Dan," "No that ain't no bra Grant, those are trapezoids!"
by ZimmFilmz August 28, 2005
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Much like a rhombus referring to a particularly attractive asian woman (who has a slanted box), a trapezoid (or 'zoid) refers to a woman who's box has no correct angles. Basically, an ugly woman.
Jesus, did you see that hot rhombus that just sauntered out of the locker room? Her fat friend looked like an even bigger trapezoid by comparison.
by RabbiRabinowitz March 23, 2006
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A trapezoid covering the Mediterranean Sea in which thousand of ships have sunk under mysterious circumstances over the last several Millennia. The trapezoids points are clockwise from SW to SE: Gibraltar to Genova, from Genova to Istanbul, from Istanbul to Jerusalem and from Jerusalem back to Gibraltar.
During the Byzantine Empire in the Middle Ages many ships were lost in the Mediterranean Trapezoid.
by sanfrancisco89 August 20, 2010
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