Meaning of TRAIN in English

TRAIN

I. noun see: traitor Date: 14th century scheme , trick , II. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo-French, from ~er to draw, drag Date: 14th century a part of a gown that trails behind the wearer, 2. retinue , suite , a moving file of persons, vehicles, or animals, the vehicles, personnel, and sometimes animals that furnish supply, maintenance, and evacuation services to a combat unit, 4. order of occurrence leading to some result, an orderly succession , accompanying or resultant circumstances ; aftermath , a line of combustible material laid to lead fire to a charge, a series of moving mechanical parts (as gears) that transmit and modify motion , 7. a connected line of railroad cars with or without a locomotive, an automotive tractor with one or more trailer units, a series of parts or elements that together constitute a system for producing a result and especially for carrying on a process (as of manufacture) automatically, ~ful noun III. verb Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo-French ~er, from Vulgar Latin *traginare; akin to Latin trahere to draw Date: 15th century transitive verb trail , drag , to direct the growth of (a plant) usually by bending, pruning, and tying, 3. to form by instruction, discipline, or drill, to teach so as to make fit, qualified, or proficient, to make prepared (as by exercise) for a test of skill, to aim at an object or objective ; direct , intransitive verb to undergo instruction, discipline, or drill, to go by ~, see: teach ~ability noun ~able adjective

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