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train

noun
 
 
/treɪn/
A1 [C] a long, thin vehicle which travels along metal tracks and carries people or goods
pociąg
a train journey We could go by train. You'll have to catch/get the next train.Trains and parts of trains
train of thought/events a series of connected thoughts, ideas, or events which come or happen one after the other
tok myśli/bieg wypadków
I was interrupted and lost my train of thought.Order and sequenceSimultaneous and consecutive
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