train

All Noun Verb
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  • The west-bound train was on time, the other about five minutes late. Cited from The Day of the Dog, by George Barr McCutcheon
  • They would likely have been killed if caught near the train tracks.
  • I will start by the six o'clock train on the following morning. Cited from With Lee in Virginia, by G. A. Henty
  • While together they made some initial progress, she refused to train him further.
  • The first train came in the early morning and the second in the mid-afternoon.
  • The line is served several times a day by long-distance trains.
  • He thought so too, and came on by the seven o'clock train. Cited from The Sorcery Club, by Elliott O'Donnell
  • The only long-distance trains to use the line now are night trains.
  • Now, what say you to start by the nine o'clock train to-night? Cited from Shifting Winds, by R.M. Ballantyne
  • Long distance train of more than is common and they keep on running two or three days.
  • That nine o'clock train you can never trust it to be late. Cited from New Irish Comedies, by Lady Augusta Gregory
  • There is a one o'clock train from the station on the other side. Cited from The Dock Rats of New York, by "Old Sleuth"
  • He will leave the next morning on the nine o'clock train. Cited from Luther Examined and Reexamined, by W. H. T. Dau
  • Several people died from being ran over by a train.
  • However, this is not the class of train that would be used for the proposed service.
  • As a child, she was trained by her father for a future musical career.
  • Take the ten-o'clock train, and get back as soon as you can. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 5, No. 32, Jun, 1860
  • These are run in most states of Australia where double road trains are allowed.
  • The building can hold three-and-a-half six-car trains.
  • The national network has no high-speed lines and is not served by high-speed trains.
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Meaning of train

  • noun Public transport provided by a line of railway cars coupled together and drawn by a locomotive
    express trains don't stop at Princeton Junction
  • noun A series of consequences wrought by an event
    it led to a train of disasters
  • noun Piece of cloth forming the long back section of a gown that is drawn along the floor
    the bride's train was carried by her two young nephews
  • verb Create by training and teaching
    The old master is training world-class violinists, we develop the leaders for the future
  • verb Undergo training or instruction in preparation for a particular role, function, or profession
    She is training to be a teacher, He trained as a legal aid
  • verb Exercise in order to prepare for an event or competition
    She is training for the Olympics
  • verb Cause to grow in a certain way by tying and pruning it
    train the vine
  • verb Travel by rail or train
    They railed from Rome to Venice, She trained to Hamburg