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train  Verb
Plural: trains
  1. Translate "train" to Spanish: entrenar, adiestrar, aleccionar, amaestrar, capacitar, desarrollar, educar, enseñar, instruir, calificar, desentorpecer, disciplinar, preparar, volver diestro, afilar, baquiar, desbravar, industriar
    English Synonyms of "train": teach, instruct, qualify, capacitate, coach, educate, drill, exercise, make competent, master, prepare
    Define meaning of "train": Create by training and teaching.; Teach and supervise (someone); act as a trainer or coach (to), as in sports. ; Prepare (someone) for a future role or function.; Train to be discriminative in taste or judgment.; Train by instruction and practice; especially to teach self-control.
  2. She trains dancers, Ella entrena bailarinas.
    The old master is training world-class violinists.
    We develop the leaders for the future.
    He is training our Olympic team.
    She is coaching the crew.
    He is grooming his son to become his successor.
    The prince was prepared to become King one day.
    They trained him to be a warrior.
    Cultivate your musical taste.
    Train your tastebuds.
    She is well schooled in poetry.
    Parents must discipline their children.
    Is this dog trained?

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  3. Translate "train" to Spanish: entrenar
    English Synonyms of "train": educate, discipline
    Define meaning of "train": Create by training and teaching.; Train to be discriminative in taste or judgment.; Train by instruction and practice; especially to teach self-control.
  4. The old master is training world-class violinists.
    We develop the leaders for the future.
    Cultivate your musical taste.
    Train your tastebuds.
    She is well schooled in poetry.
    Parents must discipline their children.
    Is this dog trained?

  5. Translate "train" to Spanish: entrenarse, hacer entrenamiento
    English Synonyms of "train": practice, drill, spar, scrimmage
    Define meaning of "train": Exercise in order to prepare for an event or competition.
  6. She is training for the Olympics.


train  Noun
  1. Translate "train" to Spanish: tren
    English Synonyms of "train": choo-choo
    Define meaning of "train": Public transport provided by a line of railway cars coupled together and drawn by a locomotive.
  2. Express trains don't stop at Princeton Junction.

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  3. Translate "train" to Spanish: tren, serie, sucesión, cadena
    English Synonyms of "train": series, array, battery, chain, sequence, string, succession, procession
    Define meaning of "train": A series of consequences wrought by an event. ; A sequentially ordered set of things or events or ideas in which each successive member is related to the preceding.
  4. It led to a train of disasters.
    A string of islands.
    Train of mourners.
    A train of thought.

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  5. Translate "train" to Spanish: cola de un vestido
    English Synonyms of "train": train of a dress
    Define meaning of "train": Piece of cloth forming the long back section of a gown that is drawn along the floor.
  6. The bride's train was carried by her two young nephews.


  7. Translate "train" to Spanish: cortejo, séquito
    English Synonyms of "train": accompaniment, group of followers, cortege, entourage, following, procession

Verb Conjugation for "train"
Gerund: training

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Conceptually-related expressions of "train"
accommodation train
aerial train
assembly train
automatic train operation
automatic train protection
baggage train
be in train
bed in a train
boat train
brake operator of a train
bridge testing load train
bullet train
by train
cabin in a train
caboose of a freight train
carry by train
catch a train
catch the train
change trains
circular train
clockwork train
commuter train
connecting train
container freight-train
container train
diesel train
disembark from the train
early commuter train
electric train
elevated train
epicyclic train
excursion train
express train
fast express train
fast freight train
fast train
fear of trains, railroads or train travel
flexible overhead power collector for electric trains
freight train
freight train locomotive
freightliner train
gear train
get on the train
get out of the train
get the train
ghost train
go by train
goods train
gravy train
herd of cattle transported by train
high-speed train
high-velocity train
hospital train
house-train
in its usual train
in the usual train
intercity train
irrational fear of trains, railroads or train travel
jump off a train
jump on a moving freight train
load train
local train
local train service
mail train
milk train
mill train
milling train
miss one's train
miss the train
mixed train
monorail train
nonstop freight train
on the gravy train
one-car train
oscillation train
owl train
pack train
passenger and freight train
passenger train
phobia of trains, railroads or train travel
pseudo-random pulse train
pull a train
pull the train
pulse train
push off a moving train
put in a train
railroad train
railroad trains
rectangular pulse train
relief train
revenue-earning train
ride in a train
ride the gravy train
roll train
set in train
shackle used to train horses
shuttle train
slow train
steam train
stopping train
suburban train
summer excursion train
supply train
switch the train
synchronizing pulse train
take a train to
take the train
take the train to
the down train
through-train
ticket office at the train station
toilet-train
toy train
travel by train
troop train
unboard the train
unit train
unload from the train
wagon train
wave train
way train
work train
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