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train

noun [C] (VEHICLE) 車輛     /treɪn/
a railway engine connected to carriages for carrying people or wheeled containers for carrying goods 火車,列車 a goods/freight/passenger train 一列貨運/客運列車 the train to/from Bristol 開往/發自布裡斯托爾的列車 a train journey/station 乘火車旅行/火車站 Did you come by train? 你是乘火車來的嗎? She caught/took the train to Edinburgh. 她趕上了去愛丁堡的火車/她乘火車去愛丁堡。 Hurry up, or we'll miss (= arrive too late for) the train. 快點,不然我們就趕不上火車了。 Trains and parts of trains
(Definition of train noun (VEHICLE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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