trap into

trap someone into something

to get one into such a position that one has little choice but to do something unwanted. You'll never trap me into going out with Roger! I was trapped into going there.
See also: trap
References in classic literature ?
A young man asked Jerry to bring his trap into the meadow, and he would tie me up in the cowshed; he wished he had a better stable to offer.
The animal was first shaken from the trap into a plastic bag containing cotton or gauze soaked with inhalant anesthesia (methoxyflurane, Pitman-Moore, Mundelein, IL; or isoflurane, Abbott Laboratories, North Chicago, IL).