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  • 61 train — n.m. Cul : Coup de pompe dans le train. Filer le train, suivre, prendre en filature. / Prendre le train onze, aller à pied. / Train bleu, apéritif de couleur verte (pastis et menthe) …

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  • 62 train — 1. verb 1) an engineer trained in remote sensing techniques Syn: instruct, teach, coach, tutor, school, educate, prime, drill, ground; inculcate, indoctrinate, initiate, break in 2) she s training to be a hairdresser …

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  • 63 Train — This very interesting surname is recorded in several spellings including Trin, Treen, and Train. It has three possible origins, English, French and Scottish, and for any particular nameholder, only extensive genealogy could decide the true… …

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  • 64 train —   1. Teach. A o, ho oma ama a.     To train as a kahuna, ho okahuna, a o i ka oihana kahuna.     To train to grow straight, as an infant s crooked limb, or as a plant, ōmilomilo, pākolea, ho oulu pono.     Trained, ailolo, lae ula; hialoa (rare) …

    English-Hawaiian dictionary

  • 65 train — traukinys statusas Aprobuotas sritis geležinkelių transportas apibrėžtis Sudarytas ir sukabintas vagonų sąstatas su vienu ar keliais veikiančiais lokomotyvais, taip pat važiuojantis lokomotyvas ar kitas savaeigis riedmenų vienetas, turintis… …

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  • 66 train — vora statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. train vok. Zug, m rus. цуг, m pranc. train, m …

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  • 67 train — Accommodation Ac*com mo*da tion, n. [L. accommodatio, fr. accommodare: cf. F. accommodation.] [1913 Webster] 1. The act of fitting or adapting, or the state of being fitted or adapted; adaptation; adjustment; followed by to. The organization of… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 68 Train — Original name in latin Train Name in other language State code DE Continent/City Europe/Berlin longitude 48.73333 latitude 11.83333 altitude 416 Population 1777 Date 2011 04 25 …

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  • 69 train — n an act of serial sexual intercourse. The word is usually used as part of a phrase such as do a train (on someone) …

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  • 70 train up — PHRASAL VERB If someone trains you up, they teach you new skills or give you the necessary preparation so that you will reach the standard required for a particular job or activity. [BRIT, INFORMAL] [V n P] The first companies to go in took a… …

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  • 71 train up — Educate, teach, bring up, nurture, train, rear …

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  • 72 train — 1. verb 1) an engineer trained in remote sensing techniques Syn: instruct, teach, coach, tutor, school, educate, prime, drill, ground 2) she s training to be a hairdresser Syn: study …

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  • 73 train — serija statusas T sritis automatika atitikmenys: angl. series; train vok. Folge, f; Serie, f rus. серия, f pranc. série, f …

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  • 74 train — 1. A service force or group of service elements that provides logistic support, e.g., an organization of naval auxiliary ships or merchant ships or merchant ships attached to a fleet for this purpose; similarly, the vehicles and operating… …

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  • 75 TRAIN — Training Resource And Information Network (Community » Educational) …

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  • 76 TRAIN — Telerail Automated Information Network ( > IEEE Standard Dictionary ) …

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  • 77 TRAIN — Telerail Automated Information Network ( > IEEE Standard Dictionary ) …

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  • 78 train — treɪn n. railroad car; caravan; series; series of events; piece of cloth that forms the long back section of a skirt or gown (such as a bride s gown) and is drawn along the floor; something that trails along; retinue; tail of a comet v. instruct …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 79 train up — educate, instruct, guide …

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  • 80 train v — I used to be a railroad conductor, but my boss found out I wasn t trained …

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