例句1. the scheme involved workers training their colleagues
例句2. she is now training to be a hairdresser
例句3. with the Olympics in mind, athletes are training hard
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Noise limits inside driver′s cabs and passenger compartments of subway powered car train-sets
movement for secondary clocks,complete and assembled incorporating a clock train
Passengers to Taipei will change at this station into another train .
Measurement of noise inside driver′s cabs and passenger compartments of subway powered car train-sets
The bus was cut in half [in two] by the train .
The royal train departed from the capital at 12 o′clock.
The late arrival of the train messed up all our plans.
The train has just gone.
As soon as the train stopped, about two hundred people tried to crush in.
I had to kill three hours before train time, so I went to the movies.
The train flashed by at high speed.
The train increased its speed.
The train drew into the station.
The train gathered speed as it left the station.
The train slowly came into the station.
The train whistled.
The whole house trembled as the train went by.
The train entered a tunnel.
The train jumped the track and there was a terrible accident.
The train halted at the signals.
The accident delayed the train for two hours.
The train arrived on time.
accelerate the translation of sci.& tech. advances into productive forces, make vigorous efforts to train people in various fields at different levels of expertise, and further improve the overall quality of the workforce
light,intermittent of aircraft train ,ships or their vehicles (excl cycles and motor vehicles)
Education must serve the needs of socialist modernization, be integrated with productive labor, and train builders and successors who are well developed morally, intellectually and physically
She fluttered her handkerchief from the train window as a goodbye.
1.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.’
2.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.’
3.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.’
4.A series of connected events or thoughts.
‘the _train_ of events leading to Pascoe’s death’
‘I failed to follow his _train_ of thought’
5.A series of connected railway carriages or wagons moved by a locomotive or by integral motors.
‘a freight _train_ ’
‘the journey took two hours by _train_ ’
6.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.’
7.A trail of gunpowder for firing an explosive charge.
1.Be taught through sustained practice and instruction.
‘he _trained_ as a plumber’
‘Everybody who _trains_ takes lay-offs at one time or another.’
2.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.’
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.’
5.Go by train.
‘Charles _trained_ to London with Emma’
6.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.’
7.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.’
8.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.’
9.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’
10.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.’
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