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Train Train, n.
1. A heavy long sleigh used in Canada for the transportation
of merchandise, wood, and the like.
2. (Mil.) The aggregation of men, animals, and vehicles which
accompany an army or one of its subdivisions, and
transport its baggage, ammunition, supplies, and reserve
materials of all kinds.
Train Train, v. i.
1. To be drilled in military exercises; to do duty in a
2. To prepare by exercise, diet, instruction, etc., for any
physical contest; as, to train for a boat race.
Meaning of Trained from wikipedia
- tools, equipment, do****ents or materials
will use when fully trained
. On-the-job training
has a general
re****tion as most effective
- A train
is a form of transport consisting
of a series
of connected vehicles
a railroad track
to transport cargo
- A Train
to: The A (New York City Subway
(Denton County), line in Texas
(JR Kyushu), a train operated
in ****an by JR...
" (トレイン・トレイン, Torein
Torein) was the fifth professional single
by the ****anese band The Blue Hearts. They had released
as an independent...
(A列車で行こう, Ē Ressha
de Ikō, lit. Let's Take the A-Train
) is a series
of train simulation video games
that were originally developed
- manual medicine
osteopaths, who were educated
and trained outside
States; and US-trained osteopathic
physicians, who conduct
a full scope
- A train wreck
or train crash
is a type of disaster involving
one or more trains
. Train wrecks often occur
as a result
of miscommunication, as when a moving...
! is a 2013 do****entary film that was directed
Pause. It observes three young professional soccer coaches
over the course
of an entire...
is a monthly magazine about trains
and railroads aimed
at railroad enthusiasts
and railroad industry
employees. It is among
the 11 magazines
- A nineteenth-century dictionary
-band, i.e. train
'd band, a band of trained
men, Cowper, John Gilpin, st. I, and used by Dryden...