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German translation of “train”

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train

noun /trein/
a railway engine with its carriages and/or trucks
der Zug
I caught the train to London.
a part of a long dress or robe that trails behind the wearer
die Schleppe
The bride wore a dress with a train.
a connected series
die Reihe
Then began a train of events which ended in disaster.
a line of animals carrying people or baggage
die Kolonne
a mule train a baggage train.
Translations of “train”
in Korean 기차…
in Arabic قِطار…
in French train, traîne, suite…
in Italian treno…
in Chinese (Traditional) 車輛, 火車,列車…
in Russian поезд…
in Turkish tren…
in Polish pociąg…
in Spanish tren, cola, serie…
in Portuguese trem…
in Catalan tren…
in Japanese 電車, 貨物列車…
in Chinese (Simplified) 车辆, 火车,列车…
(Definition of train from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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