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  1. train

    • IPA[treɪn]

    英式

    • v.
      teach (a person or animal) a particular skill or type of behaviour through practice and instruction over a period of time;be taught through practice and instruction over a period of time
    • n.
      a series of connected railway carriages or wagons moved by a locomotive or by integral motors;a number of vehicles or pack animals moving in a line
    • noun: train, plural noun: trains

    • verb: train, 3rd person present: trains, gerund or present participle: training, past tense: trained, past participle: trained

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. teach (a person or animal) a particular skill or type of behaviour through practice and instruction over a period of time:

      the scheme trains people for promotion

      the dogs are trained to sniff out illegal stowaways

    • 2. be taught through practice and instruction over a period of time:

      he trained as a plumber

    • 3. develop and improve (a mental or physical faculty) through instruction or practice:

      it's a learning experience— I have to train my eyes again and refine my footwork

      have you ever done any vocal exercises or anything else to train your voice?

    • 4. cause (a plant) to grow in a particular direction or into a required shape:

      they trained crimson ramblers over their houses

    • 5. undertake a course of exercise and diet in order to reach or maintain a high level of physical fitness:

      she trains three times a week

      last October I started training for the London Marathon

    • 6. prepare (a person or animal) for a particular sport or event with a course of exercise and diet:

      the horse was trained in Paris

    • 7. reduce one's weight through diet and exercise in order to be fit for a particular event:

      he trained down to heavyweight

    • 8. point or aim something, typically a gun or camera, at:

      the detective trained his gun on the side door

    • 9. go by train:

      Charles trained to London with Emma

    • 10. entice (someone).
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a series of connected railway carriages or wagons moved by a locomotive or by integral motors:

      a freight train

      the journey took two hours by train

    • 2. a number of vehicles or pack animals moving in a line:

      a camel train

    • 3. a retinue of attendants accompanying an important person:

      a minister and his train of attendants

    • 4. a series of gears or other connected parts in machinery:

      a train of gears

    • 5. a series of connected events or thoughts:

      the train of events leading to Pascoe's death

    • 6. a long piece of material attached to the back of a formal dress or robe that trails along the ground:

      the bride wore a cream silk dress with a train

    • 7. a trail of gunpowder for firing an explosive charge.
    • adj. having been taught a particular skill or type of behaviour through practice and instruction over a period of time:

    • the first officer was also a trained pilot

      trained volunteers provide a sympathetic ear and friendly advice

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    • adj. having been taught a particular skill or type of behavior through practice and instruction over a period of time:

    • the first officer was also a trained pilot

      trained volunteers provide a sympathetic ear and friendly advice

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    • v. train (an employee) in more than one role or skill:

    • team members should be cross-trained to do other tasks in addition to their primary responsibilities

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    • v. train (an employee) in more than one role or skill:

    • team members should be cross-trained to do other tasks in addition to their primary responsibilities

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    • n. a collision or other accident involving a train:

    • a relative was killed in the Humber river train wreck

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    • n. a set of railway wagons or carriages, often with a locomotive, coupled together for a particular service.

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    • n. a train for carrying goods rather than people:

    • a collision between a passenger train and a freight train

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    • n. a collision or other accident involving a train:

    • a relative was killed in the Humber river train wreck

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    • v.
      teach (a person or animal) a particular skill or type of behavior through practice and instruction over a period of time:
    • the plan trains people for promotion

      the dogs are trained to sniff out illegal stowaways

    • n.
      a series of railroad cars moved as a unit by a locomotive or by integral motors:
    • a freight train

      the journey took two hours by train

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