Word: train

Category: train

Travel, Arts & Entertainment, Hobbies & Leisure

Related words: train

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Synonyms: train

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: train

spanish
entrenarse, hilo, amaestrar, domar, adiestrar, ...


german
schleppe, zielen, trainieren, eisenbahnzug, zug, ...

french
dresser, élever, cortège, cultiver, suite, ...

italian
allenare, strascico, istruire, addestrare, treno

portuguese
exercitar, adestrar, trem, reboque, treinar

dutch
kampeerwagen, tros, spoortrein, coachen, opleiden, ...

russian
тренироваться, ряд, караван, учить, привадить, ...

norwegian
karavane, trene, tog

swedish
tåg, utbilda

finnish
harjoittaa, opettaa, sihdata, valmentaa, tähdätä, ...

danish
tog, uddanne

czech
pochod, ohon, průvod, vychovat, trénovat, ...

polish
trenować, tresować, tren, kolejka, kształcić, ...

hungarian
vonatosztály, impulzussorozat, szán, fogaskerék-meghajtás, fogaskerék-sorozat

turkish
kervan, tren, takım

greek
τρένο, αμαξοστοιχία, εκπαιδεύω

ukrainian
наслідок, звита, виховати

albanian
tren

bulgarian
влак

estonian
treenima, rong

croatian
povlačiti, povorka, trenirati, niz

icelandic
lest, járnbrautarlest

lithuanian
dresiruoti, traukinys, mokyti

latvian
karavāna, trenēt, trenēties, vilciens, dresēt

romanian
dresa, caravană, tren

slovenian
vlak, trenirati, vlečka

slovak
vlak, vlečka

Popularity stats: train

Most searched by regions

New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Illinois, Massachusetts

Most searched by cities

New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Boston, Washington

The meaning and "use of": train

noun
  • a series of railroad cars moved as a unit by a locomotive or by integral motors.
  • a succession of vehicles or pack animals traveling in the same direction.
  • a long piece of material attached to the back of a formal dress or robe that trails along the ground.

verb
  • teach (a person or animal) a particular skill or type of behavior through practice and instruction over a period of time.
  • point or aim something, typically a gun or camera, at.
  • go by train.

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