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Train

Pronunciation of Train
/tɹˈe͡ɪn/, /tɹˈe‍ɪn/, /t_ɹ_ˈeɪ_n/

Synonyms for train

sequence (noun)

arrangement, array, chain, concatenation, consequence, course, gamut, legacy, line, lineage, link, linkage, procession, progression, queue, rank, sequel, sequence, series, string, subsequence, succession, thread, Consecution, Consecutiveness.

vehicle (noun)

ambulance, auto, automobile, barge, bicycle, boat, boxcar, brougham, buggy, bus, cab, car, cart, coach, convertible, conveyance, coupe, ferry, fire engine, gondola, hearse, jalopy, jeep, landau, limousine, motorcar, motorcycle, roadster, sedan, ship, sled, sledge, stagecoach, station wagon, taxi, taxicab, tractor, truck, van, vehicle, wagon, armored car.

Sense 1 (noun)

absorb, keep up, master, retrain, pick up, acquaint yourself with something.

Sense 2 (noun)

aerate, blind, bonsai, compost, cross-fertilize, cross-pollinate, electric, elevated, feed, limited, passenger, railroad, subway, underground, bed out.

Sense 3 (noun)

boat train, cable railway, deadhead, express, freight, freight train, funicular, precede, wake, bullet train, AMTRAK, EUROSTAR.

Sense 4 (noun)

call off, entourage, exercise, following, handler, heel, kennel, kitty litter, litter, over, retinue, suite, answer to, cat litter.

Sense 5 (noun)

arm, armhole, bib, bodice, breast pocket, buttonhole, coattails, collar, order, round, run, streak, care label.

Sense 6 (noun)

avalanche, chain reaction, pattern, proceedings, process, rash, domino effect.

Sense 7 (noun)

cram, memorize, research, review, specialise, specialize.

Sense 8 (noun)

ground, induct.

Sense 9 (noun)

cordon, crocodile, flow, phalanx.

Sense 10 (noun)

coaching, pro, professional, spot, spotter, cross-training, personal trainer.

Sense 11 (noun)

cover, discharge, fight, fire, load, open up, let off, fire off.

sequence (noun)

arrangement, array, chain, concatenation, consequence, course, gamut, legacy, line, lineage, link, linkage, procession, progression, queue, rank, sequel, sequence, series, string, subsequence, succession, thread, Consecution, Consecutiveness.

series (noun)

alternation, appendage, caravan, chain, column, concatenation, convoy, cortege, course, court, entourage, file, following, gradation, line, order, procession, progression, retinue, row, run, scale, sequel, sequence, set, string, succession, suite, tail, thread, tier, track, trail, wake, Consecution.

train (noun)

aim, caravan, civilise, civilize, coach, cultivate, direct, gearing, gears, geartrain, groom, power train, prepare, rail, railroad train, school, string, take aim, trail, wagon train.

vehicle (noun)

ambulance, auto, automobile, barge, bicycle, boat, boxcar, brougham, buggy, bus, cab, car, cart, coach, convertible, conveyance, coupe, ferry, fire engine, gondola, hearse, jalopy, jeep, landau, limousine, motorcar, motorcycle, roadster, sedan, ship, sled, sledge, stagecoach, station wagon, taxi, taxicab, tractor, truck, van, vehicle, wagon, armored car.

aim at (verb)

beam, bring to bear, cast, direct, focus, head, incline, lay, level, point, turn, zero in, line up, slant, cock, draw a bead, get in one's sights.

manage animals (verb)

break, breed, domesticate, farm, groom, herd, housebreak, ranch, tame, wrangle, hostle.

prepare (verb)

accustom, brainwash, care for, coach, cultivate, develop, discipline, drill, dry run, educate, enlighten, equip, exercise, ground, guide, habituate, harden, hone, improve, instruct, inure, mold, prime, qualify, rear, rehearse, school, season, shape, sharpen, study, tame, teach, tutor, update, wise up, work out, warm up, break in, make ready, whip into shape, drum into, get a workout, get in shape, grow strong, run through, show the ropes.

teach (verb)

drill, edify, educate, enlighten, guide, imbue, inculcate, indoctrinate, instill, instruct, lecture, school, teach, tutor, coach.

Sense 1

bone up, brainwash, caboose, catechize, coaching, concentrate on, continuity, continuum, cycle, deepen, glean, locomotive, manage, master, merry-go-round, orientate, research, shadow, spate, specialise, specialize, subway, swot, unlearn, Draggle, Familiarize, domino effect, pick up, reeducate, Homeschool, cross-training, pass down, personal trainer, pound into, training camp.

Sense 2

cascade, chain reaction, court, cram, drumbeat, entourage, freshen up, hone, keep up, pattern, socialize, spotter, trainer, training, force feed.

Sense 3

absorb, avalanche, bring up, catalog, cluster, demonstrate, flurry, following, harden, mainstream, polish, proceedings, rash, reservation, saga, tune, hand down.

Sense 4

flood, induct, introduce, revise, zero, break in.

Sense 5

examine, practice, pro, process.

Sense 6

expose, get through, streak.

Sense 7

professional, review.

Sense 8

cast.

Sense 10

lay.

Sense 11

order.

Sense 13

spot.

Sense 14

ground.

Sense 20

turn.

discipline

discipline, punish.

entourage

retinue.

guide

escort.

sleeping car

pullman.

track

railroad.

train

whip into shape.

transcontinental

overland.

Usage examples for train

  1. We had still ten minutes before the train started. – Lalage's Lovers 1911 by George A. Birmingham
  2. " Fix a train in the window, and let one of your boys keep it wound up," he added. – Dawson Black: Retail Merchant by Harold Whitehead
  3. He gave it to his wife, saying, You be off, or you'll miss your train. – Littlebourne Lock by F. Bayford Harrison
  4. She had understood that he meant to come back by the last train, or more probably to- morrow morning. – The Chink in the Armour by Marie Belloc Lowndes
  5. You must return by the next train, Florence; you really must. – The Time of Roses by L. T. Meade

Idioms for train

  1. put/ set sth in train
  2. set in train
  3. train sights on;
  4. a train of thought;
  5. train ( sm or an animal) for sth;

Quotes for train

  1. Get the best people and train them well.
  2. Never fit a dress to the body but train the body to fit the dress.
  3. Let us train our minds to desire what the situation demands.
  4. Our viewers are very educated, they can tell if I train or not.
  5. If you train hard, you'll not only be hard, you'll be hard to beat.

Rhymes for train

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