- cause (a train or trolley car) to leave its tracks accidentally；(of a train or trolley car) accidentally leave the tracks
verb: derail, 3rd person present: derails, gerund or present participle: derailing, past tense: derailed, past participle: derailed
- 1. cause (a train or trolley car) to leave its tracks accidentally:
a train was derailed after it collided with a herd of cattle
- 2. (of a train or trolley car) accidentally leave the tracks:
the trolley cars had a tendency to derail on sharp corners
- 3. obstruct (a process) by diverting it from its intended course:
the plot is seen by some as an attempt to derail the negotiations
- v.cause (a train or tram) to leave its tracks accidentally:
- a train was derailed after it collided with a herd of cattle
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