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Noun
Plural for a series of connected events or thoughts
“Is the train of tragic events that follows a manifestation of its destructive nature?”
Noun
Plural for a retinue of attendants accompanying an important person
“He had quite a train of coolies with him, carrying himself and his baggage through the dense forests.”
Noun
Plural for a number of vehicles or pack animals moving in a line
“A train of twenty-eight mules would carry about four tons, a similar number of horses about three tons.”
Noun
Plural for a line of railway coaches or wagons coupled together and drawn by a engine
“We can catch the early morning train.”
Noun
Verb
To cause to acquire knowledge or skill in some field
“It kills me when a swimmer who I train gets run down at the end of a race.”
Verb
Point or aim something, typically a gun or camera, at
“It is legal to train a camera on your front door and display your comings and goings on the internet.”
Verb
Be taught through sustained practice and instruction
“Everybody who trains takes lay-offs at one time or another.”
Verb
Undertake a course of exercise and diet in order to reach or maintain peak physical fitness in preparation for a specific sport or event
“Other coaches have taught me more about sailing, but Coach Beaver taught me how to train to be the best at whatever I do.”
Verb
“I got a letter from somebody who said he could train the team better than me.”
Noun
Farm animals such as cattle, pigs, and sheep, bred and kept for their meat or milk; livestock
Verb
To explain or demonstrate something
Verb
To act in preparation for something
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