Common misspellings for train:
Definition of train:
- To draw along; to entice; to allure; to discipline; to teach and form by practice; to educate; to breed; to form to a wall or espalier; also to lop and prune; to trace a lode or any mineral appearance to its head. To train up, to educate; to teach. To train a gun, to point it at some object.
- To draw; to form by instruction and practice; to break or tame for use; to cause to assume a proper shape in growth, as a tree; to point a large gun in a particular direction.
- Artifice; stratagem of enticement; something drawn along behind; the tail of a bird; a retinue; a series; process; a procession; a line of gunpowder to lead fire to a charge; a continuous line of cars on a railroad; all the apparatus and implements of war. Train of artillery, any number of cannon, mortars, & c., accompanying an army.
- That which is drawn along behind; the long part of a dress behind; the after- part of a gun- carriage; a number of followers or attendants; a retinue; a regular method; a course; a series; orderly company; a procession; a line of gunpowder laid to fire a charge; on a railway, a number of carriages or trucks attached behind an engine.