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German translation of “train”

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.
(Definition of train from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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