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1.Teach (a person or animal) a particular skill or type of behaviour through sustained practice and instruction.
‘the scheme trains people for promotion'
‘the dogs are trained to sniff out illegal stowaways'
‘Officers have been specially trained to detect signs such as pupils and drowsiness.'
‘The methods are still used by classically trained Ayurvedic doctors today.'
‘Allard said ‘bomb dogs' were sniffer dogs which were specially trained to detect any type of explosive device.'
2.Be taught through sustained practice and instruction.
‘he trained as a plumber'
‘Everybody who trains takes lay-offs at one time or another.'
‘Canada, his native land, the UK where he trained and taught, and the United States all owe much to this sophisticated thinker.'
3.Develop and improve (a mental or physical faculty) through instruction or practice.
‘an alert mind and trained eye give astute evaluations'
‘The three people gathered around the monolith had come to this conclusion, not only by use of their highly trained intellects, but also by dint of reading the small label on the back.'
‘Hilary's singing voice is classically trained to perfection, her tones both rich and clear.'
‘Simply stated, it is through a highly trained and discerning eye that a curator develops this skill.'
‘He's highly trained in the martial arts, not to mention in the use of weaponry.'
4.Cause (a plant) to grow in a particular direction or into a required shape.
‘they trained crimson ramblers over their houses'
‘Pear trees are trained using a modified central leader system, which begins when the tree is planted.'
‘These kid-size trees are trained to be fruiting sticks.'
‘She trains this fast-growing shrub as a standard, sending the blooms up rather than out.'
‘Young trees are generally trained to an open centre or vase shape as this allows even ripening of fruit and good air circulation, which helps prevent disease.'
5.Undertake a course of exercise and diet in order to reach or maintain peak physical fitness in preparation for a specific sport or event.
‘she trains three times a week'
‘When professional rugby union began, there were still many genuine amateurs, most notably in the heartland Olympic sports, who trained harder.'
‘He sat out floor exercise in Sydney, but a few months later is now able to train on the event.'
‘Beginning in September 1996, I trained in sport aerobics, also in Constanta.'
‘None of the women is a fitness freak and in preparation they trained at the Irene and Monument koppies on the outskirts of Pretoria.'
6.Prepare (a person or animal) for a particular sport or event with a course of exercise and diet.
‘the horse was trained in Paris'
‘The philosophy is it's easier to train an athlete to perform pit stops than it is to turn a mechanic into a top-tier athlete.'
‘One way I train my male players is to have them touch the backboard as many times as they can in 15 seconds.'
‘I got a letter from somebody who said he could train the team better than me.'
‘Commitment members are trained and informed about health and handicap problems.'
7.Reduce one's weight through diet and exercise in order to be fit for a particular event.
‘he trained down to heavyweight'
‘He trains down to make the 175 limit for his ‘defenses‘but comes into the ring in the 180s.'
‘I was a Big Ten wrestling champion at the University of Chicago and I had to train down, so I know it pretty well.'
‘If he is smart and can't motivate himself to train down then he should try hard to get a fight with an older, slower heavyweight that won't test his stamina.'
‘Anyway, they inspire indolent ladies to train down and to diet and do sundry other things in the pursuit of slenderness.'
8.Point or aim something, typically a gun or camera, at.
‘the detective trained his gun on the side door'
‘For instance, when an area is hit by natural disaster, the cameramen will quickly train their cameras on local leaders who give directions regarding the rescue and relief efforts.'
‘Orwell feared that one day a ruthless, omnipotent state would train cameras on its citizens, surveilling them into obedience.'
‘Here the director is content too often to train his camera on her in close-up, in the hope apparently that this will provide the film with the expressiveness it otherwise generally lacks.'
‘It is legal to train a camera on your front door and display your comings and goings on the internet.'
9.Go by train.
‘Charles trained to London with Emma'
‘a freight train'
2.A series of connected railway carriages or wagons moved by a locomotive or by integral motors.
‘the journey took two hours by train'
‘I wanted a story that moved like a freight train dropped off the edge of a cliff.'
‘Hardly had these words been uttered when a train of wagons arrived from the village and drew up outside the mess hall.'
‘More mail will be moved by train, but this will be mainly bulk mail carried during the day, and mail will no longer be sorted on trains.'
3.A number of vehicles or pack animals moving in a line.
‘a camel train'
‘Action must be taken quickly to get smaller off-road vehicles or mule trains ready to distribute food before the snows fall.'
‘Pack trains were capable of moving very considerable quantities of goods, often through difficult terrain.'
‘Sattahip has not produced much traffic for rail, although I believe a train of oil tank wagons did run each night for a time.'
‘He established guards for his artillery trains and directed that a liaison orderly be sent from each battery to brigade headquarters.'
4.A retinue of attendants accompanying an important person.
‘a minister and his train of attendants'
‘Regally an hour and a half late, Ermias arrives with a train of 20 family members, bodyguards and aides.'
‘A man dressed like an aristocrat in silk lead a train of servants out of the jungle and down the beach.'
‘Normally she had a train of courtiers surrounding her, but this was a private matter.'
‘He is reported to have been wealthy and to have kept a train of boy attendants and also to have provided dowries for many girls of Acragas.'
5.A series of gears or other connected parts in machinery.
‘a train of gears'
‘As our simulations show, a rouleau of flat RBCs behaves quite differently from a train of ellipses of the same size.'
‘Contact between the cams and the tappets in the valve train span the mixed and boundary regions.'
‘The authors were able to predict the magnitude of facilitation but not its rate of growth during a train of impulses.'
‘The engines had twin overhead camshafts which were gear driven via a train of gears coming from the rear of the crankshaft.'
6.A series of connected events or thoughts.
‘the train of events leading to Pascoe's death'
‘I failed to follow his train of thought'
‘Again, he chuckled as if this whole train of events was nothing but some outrageous mischief meant to unnerve me.'
‘Idleness is the greatest curse that can fall upon man, for vice and crime follow in its train.'
‘In other words, the treatment brought about a train of negative consequences for the group.'
7.A long piece of material attached to the back of a formal dress or robe that trails along the ground.
‘the bride wore a cream silk dress with a train'
‘A silk satin column wrap train dress was pretty and poised, while the silk velvet tuxedo turned out a new spin on menswear.'
‘She screamed and shoved her way out of his hands and down the hallway, her long dress's train trailing behind her.'
‘She was dressed in an overly and unnecessarily long dress that left a train that seemed to serve as an effective floor sweeper.'
‘She wore a train on her wedding dress 2,000 ft long in an attempt to get into the Guinness Book Of Records.'