:
train [tre?n]
vb
1. (tr) to guide or teach (to do something), as by subjecting to various exercises or experiences to train a man to fight
2. (tr) to control or guide towards a specific goal to train a plant up a wall
3. (intr) to do exercises and prepare for a specific purpose the athlete trained for the Olympics
4. (tr) to improve or curb by subjecting to discipline to train the mind
5. (tr) to focus or bring to bear (on something) to train a telescope on the moon
n
1. (Transport / Railways)
a.  a line of coaches or wagons coupled together and drawn by a railway locomotive
b.  (as modifier) a train ferry
2. a sequence or series, as of events, thoughts, etc. a train of disasters
3. a procession of people, vehicles, etc., travelling together, such as one carrying supplies of ammunition or equipment in support of a military operation
4. (Engineering / Mechanical Engineering) a series of interacting parts through which motion is transmitted a train of gears
5. (Military / Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a fuse or line of gunpowder to an explosive charge, etc.
6. (Clothing & Fashion) something drawn along, such as the long back section of a dress that trails along the floor behind the wearer
7. a retinue or suite
8. proper order or course
[from Old French trahiner, from Vulgar Latin trag?n?re (unattested) to draw; related to Latin trahere to drag]
trainable  adj
trainless  adj

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:
train [tre?n]
vb
1. (tr) to guide or teach (to do something), as by subjecting to various exercises or experiences to train a man to fight
2. (tr) to control or guide towards a specific goal to train a plant up a wall
3. (intr) to do exercises and prepare for a specific purpose the athlete trained for the Olympics
4. (tr) to improve or curb by subjecting to discipline to train the mind
5. (tr) to focus or bring to bear (on something) to train a telescope on the moon
n
1. (Transport / Railways)
a.  a line of coaches or wagons coupled together and drawn by a railway locomotive
b.  (as modifier) a train ferry
2. a sequence or series, as of events, thoughts, etc. a train of disasters
3. a procession of people, vehicles, etc., travelling together, such as one carrying supplies of ammunition or equipment in support of a military operation
4. (Engineering / Mechanical Engineering) a series of interacting parts through which motion is transmitted a train of gears
5. (Military / Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a fuse or line of gunpowder to an explosive charge, etc.
6. (Clothing & Fashion) something drawn along, such as the long back section of a dress that trails along the floor behind the wearer
7. a retinue or suite
8. proper order or course
[from Old French trahiner, from Vulgar Latin trag?n?re (unattested) to draw; related to Latin trahere to drag]
trainable  adj
trainless  adj

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:
train [tre?n]
vb
1. (tr) to guide or teach (to do something), as by subjecting to various exercises or experiences to train a man to fight
2. (tr) to control or guide towards a specific goal to train a plant up a wall
3. (intr) to do exercises and prepare for a specific purpose the athlete trained for the Olympics
4. (tr) to improve or curb by subjecting to discipline to train the mind
5. (tr) to focus or bring to bear (on something) to train a telescope on the moon
n
1. (Transport / Railways)
a.  a line of coaches or wagons coupled together and drawn by a railway locomotive
b.  (as modifier) a train ferry
2. a sequence or series, as of events, thoughts, etc. a train of disasters
3. a procession of people, vehicles, etc., travelling together, such as one carrying supplies of ammunition or equipment in support of a military operation
4. (Engineering / Mechanical Engineering) a series of interacting parts through which motion is transmitted a train of gears
5. (Military / Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a fuse or line of gunpowder to an explosive charge, etc.
6. (Clothing & Fashion) something drawn along, such as the long back section of a dress that trails along the floor behind the wearer
7. a retinue or suite
8. proper order or course
[from Old French trahiner, from Vulgar Latin trag?n?re (unattested) to draw; related to Latin trahere to drag]
trainable  adj
trainless  adj

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:
train [tre?n]
vb
1. (tr) to guide or teach (to do something), as by subjecting to various exercises or experiences to train a man to fight
2. (tr) to control or guide towards a specific goal to train a plant up a wall
3. (intr) to do exercises and prepare for a specific purpose the athlete trained for the Olympics
4. (tr) to improve or curb by subjecting to discipline to train the mind
5. (tr) to focus or bring to bear (on something) to train a telescope on the moon
n
1. (Transport / Railways)
a.  a line of coaches or wagons coupled together and drawn by a railway locomotive
b.  (as modifier) a train ferry
2. a sequence or series, as of events, thoughts, etc. a train of disasters
3. a procession of people, vehicles, etc., travelling together, such as one carrying supplies of ammunition or equipment in support of a military operation
4. (Engineering / Mechanical Engineering) a series of interacting parts through which motion is transmitted a train of gears
5. (Military / Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a fuse or line of gunpowder to an explosive charge, etc.
6. (Clothing & Fashion) something drawn along, such as the long back section of a dress that trails along the floor behind the wearer
7. a retinue or suite
8. proper order or course
[from Old French trahiner, from Vulgar Latin trag?n?re (unattested) to draw; related to Latin trahere to drag]
trainable  adj
trainless  adj

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:
train [tre?n]
vb
1. (tr) to guide or teach (to do something), as by subjecting to various exercises or experiences to train a man to fight
2. (tr) to control or guide towards a specific goal to train a plant up a wall
3. (intr) to do exercises and prepare for a specific purpose the athlete trained for the Olympics
4. (tr) to improve or curb by subjecting to discipline to train the mind
5. (tr) to focus or bring to bear (on something) to train a telescope on the moon
n
1. (Transport / Railways)
a.  a line of coaches or wagons coupled together and drawn by a railway locomotive
b.  (as modifier) a train ferry
2. a sequence or series, as of events, thoughts, etc. a train of disasters
3. a procession of people, vehicles, etc., travelling together, such as one carrying supplies of ammunition or equipment in support of a military operation
4. (Engineering / Mechanical Engineering) a series of interacting parts through which motion is transmitted a train of gears
5. (Military / Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a fuse or line of gunpowder to an explosive charge, etc.
6. (Clothing & Fashion) something drawn along, such as the long back section of a dress that trails along the floor behind the wearer
7. a retinue or suite
8. proper order or course
[from Old French trahiner, from Vulgar Latin trag?n?re (unattested) to draw; related to Latin trahere to drag]
trainable  adj
trainless  adj

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:
train [tre?n]
vb
1. (tr) to guide or teach (to do something), as by subjecting to various exercises or experiences to train a man to fight
2. (tr) to control or guide towards a specific goal to train a plant up a wall
3. (intr) to do exercises and prepare for a specific purpose the athlete trained for the Olympics
4. (tr) to improve or curb by subjecting to discipline to train the mind
5. (tr) to focus or bring to bear (on something) to train a telescope on the moon
n
1. (Transport / Railways)
a.  a line of coaches or wagons coupled together and drawn by a railway locomotive
b.  (as modifier) a train ferry
2. a sequence or series, as of events, thoughts, etc. a train of disasters
3. a procession of people, vehicles, etc., travelling together, such as one carrying supplies of ammunition or equipment in support of a military operation
4. (Engineering / Mechanical Engineering) a series of interacting parts through which motion is transmitted a train of gears
5. (Military / Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a fuse or line of gunpowder to an explosive charge, etc.
6. (Clothing & Fashion) something drawn along, such as the long back section of a dress that trails along the floor behind the wearer
7. a retinue or suite
8. proper order or course
[from Old French trahiner, from Vulgar Latin trag?n?re (unattested) to draw; related to Latin trahere to drag]
trainable  adj
trainless  adj

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:
train [tre?n]
vb
1. (tr) to guide or teach (to do something), as by subjecting to various exercises or experiences to train a man to fight
2. (tr) to control or guide towards a specific goal to train a plant up a wall
3. (intr) to do exercises and prepare for a specific purpose the athlete trained for the Olympics
4. (tr) to improve or curb by subjecting to discipline to train the mind
5. (tr) to focus or bring to bear (on something) to train a telescope on the moon
n
1. (Transport / Railways)
a.  a line of coaches or wagons coupled together and drawn by a railway locomotive
b.  (as modifier) a train ferry
2. a sequence or series, as of events, thoughts, etc. a train of disasters
3. a procession of people, vehicles, etc., travelling together, such as one carrying supplies of ammunition or equipment in support of a military operation
4. (Engineering / Mechanical Engineering) a series of interacting parts through which motion is transmitted a train of gears
5. (Military / Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a fuse or line of gunpowder to an explosive charge, etc.
6. (Clothing & Fashion) something drawn along, such as the long back section of a dress that trails along the floor behind the wearer
7. a retinue or suite
8. proper order or course
[from Old French trahiner, from Vulgar Latin trag?n?re (unattested) to draw; related to Latin trahere to drag]
trainable  adj
trainless  adj

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:
train [tre?n]
vb
1. (tr) to guide or teach (to do something), as by subjecting to various exercises or experiences to train a man to fight
2. (tr) to control or guide towards a specific goal to train a plant up a wall
3. (intr) to do exercises and prepare for a specific purpose the athlete trained for the Olympics
4. (tr) to improve or curb by subjecting to discipline to train the mind
5. (tr) to focus or bring to bear (on something) to train a telescope on the moon
n
1. (Transport / Railways)
a.  a line of coaches or wagons coupled together and drawn by a railway locomotive
b.  (as modifier) a train ferry
2. a sequence or series, as of events, thoughts, etc. a train of disasters
3. a procession of people, vehicles, etc., travelling together, such as one carrying supplies of ammunition or equipment in support of a military operation
4. (Engineering / Mechanical Engineering) a series of interacting parts through which motion is transmitted a train of gears
5. (Military / Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a fuse or line of gunpowder to an explosive charge, etc.
6. (Clothing & Fashion) something drawn along, such as the long back section of a dress that trails along the floor behind the wearer
7. a retinue or suite
8. proper order or course
[from Old French trahiner, from Vulgar Latin trag?n?re (unattested) to draw; related to Latin trahere to drag]
trainable  adj
trainless  adj

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:
train [tre?n]
vb
1. (tr) to guide or teach (to do something), as by subjecting to various exercises or experiences to train a man to fight
2. (tr) to control or guide towards a specific goal to train a plant up a wall
3. (intr) to do exercises and prepare for a specific purpose the athlete trained for the Olympics
4. (tr) to improve or curb by subjecting to discipline to train the mind
5. (tr) to focus or bring to bear (on something) to train a telescope on the moon
n
1. (Transport / Railways)
a.  a line of coaches or wagons coupled together and drawn by a railway locomotive
b.  (as modifier) a train ferry
2. a sequence or series, as of events, thoughts, etc. a train of disasters
3. a procession of people, vehicles, etc., travelling together, such as one carrying supplies of ammunition or equipment in support of a military operation
4. (Engineering / Mechanical Engineering) a series of interacting parts through which motion is transmitted a train of gears
5. (Military / Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a fuse or line of gunpowder to an explosive charge, etc.
6. (Clothing & Fashion) something drawn along, such as the long back section of a dress that trails along the floor behind the wearer
7. a retinue or suite
8. proper order or course
[from Old French trahiner, from Vulgar Latin trag?n?re (unattested) to draw; related to Latin trahere to drag]
trainable  adj
trainless  adj

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:
train [tre?n]
vb
1. (tr) to guide or teach (to do something), as by subjecting to various exercises or experiences to train a man to fight
2. (tr) to control or guide towards a specific goal to train a plant up a wall
3. (intr) to do exercises and prepare for a specific purpose the athlete trained for the Olympics
4. (tr) to improve or curb by subjecting to discipline to train the mind
5. (tr) to focus or bring to bear (on something) to train a telescope on the moon
n
1. (Transport / Railways)
a.  a line of coaches or wagons coupled together and drawn by a railway locomotive
b.  (as modifier) a train ferry
2. a sequence or series, as of events, thoughts, etc. a train of disasters
3. a procession of people, vehicles, etc., travelling together, such as one carrying supplies of ammunition or equipment in support of a military operation
4. (Engineering / Mechanical Engineering) a series of interacting parts through which motion is transmitted a train of gears
5. (Military / Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a fuse or line of gunpowder to an explosive charge, etc.
6. (Clothing & Fashion) something drawn along, such as the long back section of a dress that trails along the floor behind the wearer
7. a retinue or suite
8. proper order or course
[from Old French trahiner, from Vulgar Latin trag?n?re (unattested) to draw; related to Latin trahere to drag]
trainable  adj
trainless  adj

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:
train [tre?n]
vb
1. (tr) to guide or teach (to do something), as by subjecting to various exercises or experiences to train a man to fight
2. (tr) to control or guide towards a specific goal to train a plant up a wall
3. (intr) to do exercises and prepare for a specific purpose the athlete trained for the Olympics
4. (tr) to improve or curb by subjecting to discipline to train the mind
5. (tr) to focus or bring to bear (on something) to train a telescope on the moon
n
1. (Transport / Railways)
a.  a line of coaches or wagons coupled together and drawn by a railway locomotive
b.  (as modifier) a train ferry
2. a sequence or series, as of events, thoughts, etc. a train of disasters
3. a procession of people, vehicles, etc., travelling together, such as one carrying supplies of ammunition or equipment in support of a military operation
4. (Engineering / Mechanical Engineering) a series of interacting parts through which motion is transmitted a train of gears
5. (Military / Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a fuse or line of gunpowder to an explosive charge, etc.
6. (Clothing & Fashion) something drawn along, such as the long back section of a dress that trails along the floor behind the wearer
7. a retinue or suite
8. proper order or course
[from Old French trahiner, from Vulgar Latin trag?n?re (unattested) to draw; related to Latin trahere to drag]
trainable  adj
trainless  adj

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:
train [tre?n]
vb
1. (tr) to guide or teach (to do something), as by subjecting to various exercises or experiences to train a man to fight
2. (tr) to control or guide towards a specific goal to train a plant up a wall
3. (intr) to do exercises and prepare for a specific purpose the athlete trained for the Olympics
4. (tr) to improve or curb by subjecting to discipline to train the mind
5. (tr) to focus or bring to bear (on something) to train a telescope on the moon
n
1. (Transport / Railways)
a.  a line of coaches or wagons coupled together and drawn by a railway locomotive
b.  (as modifier) a train ferry
2. a sequence or series, as of events, thoughts, etc. a train of disasters
3. a procession of people, vehicles, etc., travelling together, such as one carrying supplies of ammunition or equipment in support of a military operation
4. (Engineering / Mechanical Engineering) a series of interacting parts through which motion is transmitted a train of gears
5. (Military / Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a fuse or line of gunpowder to an explosive charge, etc.
6. (Clothing & Fashion) something drawn along, such as the long back section of a dress that trails along the floor behind the wearer
7. a retinue or suite
8. proper order or course
[from Old French trahiner, from Vulgar Latin trag?n?re (unattested) to draw; related to Latin trahere to drag]
trainable  adj
trainless  adj

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:
train [tre?n]
vb
1. (tr) to guide or teach (to do something), as by subjecting to various exercises or experiences to train a man to fight
2. (tr) to control or guide towards a specific goal to train a plant up a wall
3. (intr) to do exercises and prepare for a specific purpose the athlete trained for the Olympics
4. (tr) to improve or curb by subjecting to discipline to train the mind
5. (tr) to focus or bring to bear (on something) to train a telescope on the moon
n
1. (Transport / Railways)
a.  a line of coaches or wagons coupled together and drawn by a railway locomotive
b.  (as modifier) a train ferry
2. a sequence or series, as of events, thoughts, etc. a train of disasters
3. a procession of people, vehicles, etc., travelling together, such as one carrying supplies of ammunition or equipment in support of a military operation
4. (Engineering / Mechanical Engineering) a series of interacting parts through which motion is transmitted a train of gears
5. (Military / Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a fuse or line of gunpowder to an explosive charge, etc.
6. (Clothing & Fashion) something drawn along, such as the long back section of a dress that trails along the floor behind the wearer
7. a retinue or suite
8. proper order or course
[from Old French trahiner, from Vulgar Latin trag?n?re (unattested) to draw; related to Latin trahere to drag]
trainable  adj
trainless  adj

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:
train [tre?n]
vb
1. (tr) to guide or teach (to do something), as by subjecting to various exercises or experiences to train a man to fight
2. (tr) to control or guide towards a specific goal to train a plant up a wall
3. (intr) to do exercises and prepare for a specific purpose the athlete trained for the Olympics
4. (tr) to improve or curb by subjecting to discipline to train the mind
5. (tr) to focus or bring to bear (on something) to train a telescope on the moon
n
1. (Transport / Railways)
a.  a line of coaches or wagons coupled together and drawn by a railway locomotive
b.  (as modifier) a train ferry
2. a sequence or series, as of events, thoughts, etc. a train of disasters
3. a procession of people, vehicles, etc., travelling together, such as one carrying supplies of ammunition or equipment in support of a military operation
4. (Engineering / Mechanical Engineering) a series of interacting parts through which motion is transmitted a train of gears
5. (Military / Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a fuse or line of gunpowder to an explosive charge, etc.
6. (Clothing & Fashion) something drawn along, such as the long back section of a dress that trails along the floor behind the wearer
7. a retinue or suite
8. proper order or course
[from Old French trahiner, from Vulgar Latin trag?n?re (unattested) to draw; related to Latin trahere to drag]
trainable  adj
trainless  adj

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:
train [tre?n]
vb
1. (tr) to guide or teach (to do something), as by subjecting to various exercises or experiences to train a man to fight
2. (tr) to control or guide towards a specific goal to train a plant up a wall
3. (intr) to do exercises and prepare for a specific purpose the athlete trained for the Olympics
4. (tr) to improve or curb by subjecting to discipline to train the mind
5. (tr) to focus or bring to bear (on something) to train a telescope on the moon
n
1. (Transport / Railways)
a.  a line of coaches or wagons coupled together and drawn by a railway locomotive
b.  (as modifier) a train ferry
2. a sequence or series, as of events, thoughts, etc. a train of disasters
3. a procession of people, vehicles, etc., travelling together, such as one carrying supplies of ammunition or equipment in support of a military operation
4. (Engineering / Mechanical Engineering) a series of interacting parts through which motion is transmitted a train of gears
5. (Military / Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a fuse or line of gunpowder to an explosive charge, etc.
6. (Clothing & Fashion) something drawn along, such as the long back section of a dress that trails along the floor behind the wearer
7. a retinue or suite
8. proper order or course
[from Old French trahiner, from Vulgar Latin trag?n?re (unattested) to draw; related to Latin trahere to drag]
trainable  adj
trainless  adj

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:
train [tre?n]
vb
1. (tr) to guide or teach (to do something), as by subjecting to various exercises or experiences to train a man to fight
2. (tr) to control or guide towards a specific goal to train a plant up a wall
3. (intr) to do exercises and prepare for a specific purpose the athlete trained for the Olympics
4. (tr) to improve or curb by subjecting to discipline to train the mind
5. (tr) to focus or bring to bear (on something) to train a telescope on the moon
n
1. (Transport / Railways)
a.  a line of coaches or wagons coupled together and drawn by a railway locomotive
b.  (as modifier) a train ferry
2. a sequence or series, as of events, thoughts, etc. a train of disasters
3. a procession of people, vehicles, etc., travelling together, such as one carrying supplies of ammunition or equipment in support of a military operation
4. (Engineering / Mechanical Engineering) a series of interacting parts through which motion is transmitted a train of gears
5. (Military / Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a fuse or line of gunpowder to an explosive charge, etc.
6. (Clothing & Fashion) something drawn along, such as the long back section of a dress that trails along the floor behind the wearer
7. a retinue or suite
8. proper order or course
[from Old French trahiner, from Vulgar Latin trag?n?re (unattested) to draw; related to Latin trahere to drag]
trainable  adj
trainless  adj

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:
train [tre?n]
vb
1. (tr) to guide or teach (to do something), as by subjecting to various exercises or experiences to train a man to fight
2. (tr) to control or guide towards a specific goal to train a plant up a wall
3. (intr) to do exercises and prepare for a specific purpose the athlete trained for the Olympics
4. (tr) to improve or curb by subjecting to discipline to train the mind
5. (tr) to focus or bring to bear (on something) to train a telescope on the moon
n
1. (Transport / Railways)
a.  a line of coaches or wagons coupled together and drawn by a railway locomotive
b.  (as modifier) a train ferry
2. a sequence or series, as of events, thoughts, etc. a train of disasters
3. a procession of people, vehicles, etc., travelling together, such as one carrying supplies of ammunition or equipment in support of a military operation
4. (Engineering / Mechanical Engineering) a series of interacting parts through which motion is transmitted a train of gears
5. (Military / Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a fuse or line of gunpowder to an explosive charge, etc.
6. (Clothing & Fashion) something drawn along, such as the long back section of a dress that trails along the floor behind the wearer
7. a retinue or suite
8. proper order or course
[from Old French trahiner, from Vulgar Latin trag?n?re (unattested) to draw; related to Latin trahere to drag]
trainable  adj
trainless  adj

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:
train [tre?n]
vb
1. (tr) to guide or teach (to do something), as by subjecting to various exercises or experiences to train a man to fight
2. (tr) to control or guide towards a specific goal to train a plant up a wall
3. (intr) to do exercises and prepare for a specific purpose the athlete trained for the Olympics
4. (tr) to improve or curb by subjecting to discipline to train the mind
5. (tr) to focus or bring to bear (on something) to train a telescope on the moon
n
1. (Transport / Railways)
a.  a line of coaches or wagons coupled together and drawn by a railway locomotive
b.  (as modifier) a train ferry
2. a sequence or series, as of events, thoughts, etc. a train of disasters
3. a procession of people, vehicles, etc., travelling together, such as one carrying supplies of ammunition or equipment in support of a military operation
4. (Engineering / Mechanical Engineering) a series of interacting parts through which motion is transmitted a train of gears
5. (Military / Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a fuse or line of gunpowder to an explosive charge, etc.
6. (Clothing & Fashion) something drawn along, such as the long back section of a dress that trails along the floor behind the wearer
7. a retinue or suite
8. proper order or course
[from Old French trahiner, from Vulgar Latin trag?n?re (unattested) to draw; related to Latin trahere to drag]
trainable  adj
trainless  adj

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:
train [tre?n]
vb
1. (tr) to guide or teach (to do something), as by subjecting to various exercises or experiences to train a man to fight
2. (tr) to control or guide towards a specific goal to train a plant up a wall
3. (intr) to do exercises and prepare for a specific purpose the athlete trained for the Olympics
4. (tr) to improve or curb by subjecting to discipline to train the mind
5. (tr) to focus or bring to bear (on something) to train a telescope on the moon
n
1. (Transport / Railways)
a.  a line of coaches or wagons coupled together and drawn by a railway locomotive
b.  (as modifier) a train ferry
2. a sequence or series, as of events, thoughts, etc. a train of disasters
3. a procession of people, vehicles, etc., travelling together, such as one carrying supplies of ammunition or equipment in support of a military operation
4. (Engineering / Mechanical Engineering) a series of interacting parts through which motion is transmitted a train of gears
5. (Military / Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a fuse or line of gunpowder to an explosive charge, etc.
6. (Clothing & Fashion) something drawn along, such as the long back section of a dress that trails along the floor behind the wearer
7. a retinue or suite
8. proper order or course
[from Old French trahiner, from Vulgar Latin trag?n?re (unattested) to draw; related to Latin trahere to drag]
trainable  adj
trainless  adj

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:
train [tre?n]
vb
1. (tr) to guide or teach (to do something), as by subjecting to various exercises or experiences to train a man to fight
2. (tr) to control or guide towards a specific goal to train a plant up a wall
3. (intr) to do exercises and prepare for a specific purpose the athlete trained for the Olympics
4. (tr) to improve or curb by subjecting to discipline to train the mind
5. (tr) to focus or bring to bear (on something) to train a telescope on the moon
n
1. (Transport / Railways)
a.  a line of coaches or wagons coupled together and drawn by a railway locomotive
b.  (as modifier) a train ferry
2. a sequence or series, as of events, thoughts, etc. a train of disasters
3. a procession of people, vehicles, etc., travelling together, such as one carrying supplies of ammunition or equipment in support of a military operation
4. (Engineering / Mechanical Engineering) a series of interacting parts through which motion is transmitted a train of gears
5. (Military / Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a fuse or line of gunpowder to an explosive charge, etc.
6. (Clothing & Fashion) something drawn along, such as the long back section of a dress that trails along the floor behind the wearer
7. a retinue or suite
8. proper order or course
[from Old French trahiner, from Vulgar Latin trag?n?re (unattested) to draw; related to Latin trahere to drag]
trainable  adj
trainless  adj

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:
train [tre?n]
vb
1. (tr) to guide or teach (to do something), as by subjecting to various exercises or experiences to train a man to fight
2. (tr) to control or guide towards a specific goal to train a plant up a wall
3. (intr) to do exercises and prepare for a specific purpose the athlete trained for the Olympics
4. (tr) to improve or curb by subjecting to discipline to train the mind
5. (tr) to focus or bring to bear (on something) to train a telescope on the moon
n
1. (Transport / Railways)
a.  a line of coaches or wagons coupled together and drawn by a railway locomotive
b.  (as modifier) a train ferry
2. a sequence or series, as of events, thoughts, etc. a train of disasters
3. a procession of people, vehicles, etc., travelling together, such as one carrying supplies of ammunition or equipment in support of a military operation
4. (Engineering / Mechanical Engineering) a series of interacting parts through which motion is transmitted a train of gears
5. (Military / Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a fuse or line of gunpowder to an explosive charge, etc.
6. (Clothing & Fashion) something drawn along, such as the long back section of a dress that trails along the floor behind the wearer
7. a retinue or suite
8. proper order or course
[from Old French trahiner, from Vulgar Latin trag?n?re (unattested) to draw; related to Latin trahere to drag]
trainable  adj
trainless  adj

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train [tre?n]
vb
1. (tr) to guide or teach (to do something), as by subjecting to various exercises or experiences to train a man to fight
2. (tr) to control or guide towards a specific goal to train a plant up a wall
3. (intr) to do exercises and prepare for a specific purpose the athlete trained for the Olympics
4. (tr) to improve or curb by subjecting to discipline to train the mind
5. (tr) to focus or bring to bear (on something) to train a telescope on the moon
n
1. (Transport / Railways)
a.  a line of coaches or wagons coupled together and drawn by a railway locomotive
b.  (as modifier) a train ferry
2. a sequence or series, as of events, thoughts, etc. a train of disasters
3. a procession of people, vehicles, etc., travelling together, such as one carrying supplies of ammunition or equipment in support of a military operation
4. (Engineering / Mechanical Engineering) a series of interacting parts through which motion is transmitted a train of gears
5. (Military / Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a fuse or line of gunpowder to an explosive charge, etc.
6. (Clothing & Fashion) something drawn along, such as the long back section of a dress that trails along the floor behind the wearer
7. a retinue or suite
8. proper order or course
[from Old French trahiner, from Vulgar Latin trag?n?re (unattested) to draw; related to Latin trahere to drag]
trainable  adj
trainless  adj

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

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train [tre?n]
vb
1. (tr) to guide or teach (to do something), as by subjecting to various exercises or experiences to train a man to fight
2. (tr) to control or guide towards a specific goal to train a plant up a wall
3. (intr) to do exercises and prepare for a specific purpose the athlete trained for the Olympics
4. (tr) to improve or curb by subjecting to discipline to train the mind
5. (tr) to focus or bring to bear (on something) to train a telescope on the moon
n
1. (Transport / Railways)
a.  a line of coaches or wagons coupled together and drawn by a railway locomotive
b.  (as modifier) a train ferry
2. a sequence or series, as of events, thoughts, etc. a train of disasters
3. a procession of people, vehicles, etc., travelling together, such as one carrying supplies of ammunition or equipment in support of a military operation
4. (Engineering / Mechanical Engineering) a series of interacting parts through which motion is transmitted a train of gears
5. (Military / Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a fuse or line of gunpowder to an explosive charge, etc.
6. (Clothing & Fashion) something drawn along, such as the long back section of a dress that trails along the floor behind the wearer
7. a retinue or suite
8. proper order or course
[from Old French trahiner, from Vulgar Latin trag?n?re (unattested) to draw; related to Latin trahere to drag]
trainable  adj
trainless  adj

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:
train [tre?n]
vb
1. (tr) to guide or teach (to do something), as by subjecting to various exercises or experiences to train a man to fight
2. (tr) to control or guide towards a specific goal to train a plant up a wall
3. (intr) to do exercises and prepare for a specific purpose the athlete trained for the Olympics
4. (tr) to improve or curb by subjecting to discipline to train the mind
5. (tr) to focus or bring to bear (on something) to train a telescope on the moon
n
1. (Transport / Railways)
a.  a line of coaches or wagons coupled together and drawn by a railway locomotive
b.  (as modifier) a train ferry
2. a sequence or series, as of events, thoughts, etc. a train of disasters
3. a procession of people, vehicles, etc., travelling together, such as one carrying supplies of ammunition or equipment in support of a military operation
4. (Engineering / Mechanical Engineering) a series of interacting parts through which motion is transmitted a train of gears
5. (Military / Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a fuse or line of gunpowder to an explosive charge, etc.
6. (Clothing & Fashion) something drawn along, such as the long back section of a dress that trails along the floor behind the wearer
7. a retinue or suite
8. proper order or course
[from Old French trahiner, from Vulgar Latin trag?n?re (unattested) to draw; related to Latin trahere to drag]
trainable  adj
trainless  adj

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:
train [tre?n]
vb
1. (tr) to guide or teach (to do something), as by subjecting to various exercises or experiences to train a man to fight
2. (tr) to control or guide towards a specific goal to train a plant up a wall
3. (intr) to do exercises and prepare for a specific purpose the athlete trained for the Olympics
4. (tr) to improve or curb by subjecting to discipline to train the mind
5. (tr) to focus or bring to bear (on something) to train a telescope on the moon
n
1. (Transport / Railways)
a.  a line of coaches or wagons coupled together and drawn by a railway locomotive
b.  (as modifier) a train ferry
2. a sequence or series, as of events, thoughts, etc. a train of disasters
3. a procession of people, vehicles, etc., travelling together, such as one carrying supplies of ammunition or equipment in support of a military operation
4. (Engineering / Mechanical Engineering) a series of interacting parts through which motion is transmitted a train of gears
5. (Military / Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a fuse or line of gunpowder to an explosive charge, etc.
6. (Clothing & Fashion) something drawn along, such as the long back section of a dress that trails along the floor behind the wearer
7. a retinue or suite
8. proper order or course
[from Old French trahiner, from Vulgar Latin trag?n?re (unattested) to draw; related to Latin trahere to drag]
trainable  adj
trainless  adj

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary

:
train [tre?n]
vb
1. (tr) to guide or teach (to do something), as by subjecting to various exercises or experiences to train a man to fight
2. (tr) to control or guide towards a specific goal to train a plant up a wall
3. (intr) to do exercises and prepare for a specific purpose the athlete trained for the Olympics
4. (tr) to improve or curb by subjecting to discipline to train the mind
5. (tr) to focus or bring to bear (on something) to train a telescope on the moon
n
1. (Transport / Railways)
a.  a line of coaches or wagons coupled together and drawn by a railway locomotive
b.  (as modifier) a train ferry
2. a sequence or series, as of events, thoughts, etc. a train of disasters
3. a procession of people, vehicles, etc., travelling together, such as one carrying supplies of ammunition or equipment in support of a military operation
4. (Engineering / Mechanical Engineering) a series of interacting parts through which motion is transmitted a train of gears
5. (Military / Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a fuse or line of gunpowder to an explosive charge, etc.
6. (Clothing & Fashion) something drawn along, such as the long back section of a dress that trails along the floor behind the wearer
7. a retinue or suite
8. proper order or course
[from Old French trahiner, from Vulgar Latin trag?n?re (unattested) to draw; related to Latin trahere to drag]
trainable  adj
trainless  adj

» Lesson No. 1 Glossary