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Meaning of “tram” - Learner’s Dictionary

tram

noun [C]     /træm/
A2 an electric vehicle for carrying passengers, mostly in cities, which moves along metal lines in the roadBuses, trams and coaches
Translations of “tram”
in Arabic تِرام…
in Korean 전차…
in Malaysian trem…
in French tramway…
in Turkish tramvay…
in Italian tram…
in Chinese (Traditional) (通常在市內運營的)有軌電車…
in Russian трамвай…
in Polish tramwaj…
in Vietnamese xe chạy bằng điện…
in Spanish tranvía…
in Portuguese bonde…
in Thai รถราง…
in German die Straßenbahn…
in Catalan tramvia…
in Japanese 路面電車, 市街電車…
in Indonesian trem…
in Chinese (Simplified) (通常在市内运营的)有轨电车…
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