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Another word for train

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Noun
  1. Something that follows or is drawn along behind

      1. To cease to sleep; become awake:
      2. To stay awake:
      3. To be brought into a state of awareness or alertness:
      1. To allow to drag or stream behind, as along the ground:
      2. To drag (the body, for example) wearily or heavily.
      3. To follow the traces or scent of, as in hunting; track.
      1. The posterior part of an animal, especially when elongated and extending beyond the trunk or main part of the body.
      2. The lowest part of a garment such as a shirt or coat.
      3. The rear end of an automobile or other vehicle.
    See also:

    precede

  2. A group of attendants or followers

    See also:

    over

  3. A number of things placed or occurring one after the other

      1. A line, mark, smear, or band differentiated by color or texture from its surroundings.
      2. An inherent, often contrasting quality:
      3. A ray or flash of light:
      1. A staff of attendants or followers; a retinue.
      2. A group of related things intended to be used together; a set.
      3. A set of matching furniture:
      1. The act or process of following in order or sequence.
      2. A group of people or things arranged or following in order; a sequence:
      3. The sequence in which one person after another succeeds to a title, throne, or position.
      1. Material made of drawn-out, twisted fiber, used for fastening, tying, or lacing.
      2. A strand or cord of such material.
      3. A cord stretched on an instrument and struck, plucked, or bowed to produce tones.
      1. A number of objects or events arranged or coming one after the other in succession.
      2. A set of stamps, coins, or currency issued in a particular period.
      3. A group of objects related by linearly varying successive differences in form or configuration:
      1. A following of one thing after another; succession.
      2. An order of succession; an arrangement.
      3. A related or continuous series.
      1. To move swiftly on foot so that both or all feet are not on the ground during each stride.
      2. To retreat rapidly; flee:
      3. To depart; leave:
      1. Being such that every part of the surface or the circumference is equidistant from the center:
      2. Moving in or forming a circle.
      3. Shaped like a cylinder; cylindrical.
      1. Movement or change from one member of a continuous series to the next:
      2. A continuous series; a sequence:
      3. A series of numbers or quantities in which there is always the same relation between each quantity and the one succeeding it.
      1. A group of persons, vehicles, or objects moving along in an orderly, formal manner.
      2. The movement of such a group.
      3. Origination; emanation:
      1. A condition of logical or comprehensible arrangement among the separate elements of a group.
      2. A condition of methodical or prescribed arrangement among component parts such that proper functioning or appearance is achieved:
      3. Condition or state in general:
      1. Development in a particular way; progress:
      2. Movement in time; duration:
      3. The direction of continuing movement:
      1. A sequence or succession.
      2. The relation of consequent to antecedent; deduction.
      1. A connected, flexible series of links, typically of metal, used especially for holding objects together, for restraining, or for transmitting mechanical power.
      2. Such a set of links, often of precious metal and with pendants attached, worn as an ornament or symbol of office.
      3. Such a set of links measuring ten yards and attached to a pole at each end, moved up and down the field to indicate necessary yardage for gaining a first down.
    See also:

    order

Verb
  1. To impart knowledge and skill to

      1. A private instructor.
      2. One that gives additional, special, or remedial instruction.
      3. A teacher or teaching assistant in some universities and colleges having a rank lower than that of an instructor.
      1. To impart knowledge or skill to:
      2. To provide knowledge of; instruct in:
      3. To condition to a certain action or frame of mind:
      1. An institution for the instruction of children or people under college age.
      2. An institution for instruction in a skill or business:
      3. A college or university.
      1. To give orders to; direct:
      2. To provide with knowledge; to train or inform:
      3. To serve as an instructor.
      1. To develop the mental, moral, or social capabilities of, especially by schooling or instruction.
      2. To provide with knowledge or training in a particular area or for a particular purpose:
      3. To provide with information, as in an effort to gain support for a position or to influence behavior:
      1. Training expected to produce a specific character or pattern of behavior, especially training that produces moral or mental improvement:
      2. Control obtained by enforcing compliance or order:
      3. Controlled behavior resulting from disciplinary training; self-control:
      1. A bus, especially one designed for long-distance passenger service.
      2. A railroad passenger car.
      3. A closed automobile, usually with two doors.
    See also:

    teach

  2. To subject to or engage in forms of exertion in order to train, strengthen, or condition

      1. (with object after out) To calculate.
      2. To make sense of.
      3. To smooth.
      1. To do or perform habitually or customarily; make a habit of:
      2. To do or perform (something) repeatedly in order to acquire or polish a skill:
      3. To give lessons or repeated instructions to; drill:
      1. Activity that requires physical or mental exertion, especially when performed to develop or maintain fitness:
      2. A specific activity performed to develop or maintain fitness or a skill:
      3. The active use or application of something:
      1. An implement with cutting edges or a pointed end for boring holes in hard materials, usually by a rotating abrasion or repeated blows; a bit.
      2. The hand-operated or hand-powered holder for this implement.
      3. A loud, harsh noise made by or as if by a powered tool of this kind.
    See also:

    work

  3. To move (a weapon or blow, for example) in the direction of someone or something

      1. To cause to lie down:
      2. To place in or bring to a particular position:
      3. To bury.
      1. To focus one's aim; to zoom in and center on something.
      1. To cause to move around an axis or center; cause to rotate or revolve:
      2. To cause to move around in order to achieve a result, such as opening, closing, tightening, or loosening:
      3. To alter or control the functioning of (a mechanical device, for example) by the use of a rotating or similar movement:
      1. To put in a specified position or arrangement; place:
      2. To put into a specified state:
      3. To cause to begin an action:
      1. A sharp or tapered end:
      2. An object having a sharp or tapered end:
      3. A tapering extension of land projecting into water; a peninsula, cape, or promontory.
      1. Relative position or rank on a scale:
      2. A relative degree, as of achievement, intensity, or concentration:
      3. A natural or proper position, place, or stage:
      1. The uppermost or forwardmost part of the body of a vertebrate, containing the brain and the eyes, ears, nose, mouth, and jaws.
      2. The analogous part of an invertebrate organism.
      3. The length or height of such a part:
      1. To manage or regulate the business or affairs of; be in charge of:
      2. To supervise or oversee (an activity or process):
      3. To give guidance and instruction to (actors or musicians, for example) in the rehearsal and performance of a work.
      1. To throw (something, especially something light):
      2. To throw with force; hurl:
      3. To throw or propel a lure or bait at the end of (a fishing line) into the water so as to catch fish or other aquatic life.
      1. To direct (a weapon or camera) toward a point.
      2. To direct or propel (an object, such as a ball) toward a point:
      3. To direct toward or intend for a particular goal or group:
    See also:

    seek

  4. To hang or cause to hang down and be pulled along behind

      1. To allow to drag or stream behind, as along the ground:
      2. To drag (the body, for example) wearily or heavily.
      3. To follow the traces or scent of, as in hunting; track.
      1. To make wet and dirty by dragging on the ground.
      2. To become wet and muddy by being dragged.
      3. To follow slowly; straggle.
      1. To pull along with difficulty or effort; haul:
      2. To cause to trail along a surface, especially the ground:
      3. To move (a pointing device, such as a mouse) while pressing down on one of its buttons.
    See also:

    hang

Another word for train

Noun
  1. A sequence

      1. The act or process of following in order or sequence.
      2. A group of people or things arranged or following in order; a sequence:
      3. The sequence in which one person after another succeeds to a title, throne, or position.
      1. A connected, flexible series of links, typically of metal, used especially for holding objects together, for restraining, or for transmitting mechanical power.
      2. Such a set of links, often of precious metal and with pendants attached, worn as an ornament or symbol of office.
      3. Such a set of links measuring ten yards and attached to a pole at each end, moved up and down the field to indicate necessary yardage for gaining a first down.
      1. Material made of drawn-out, twisted fiber, used for fastening, tying, or lacing.
      2. A strand or cord of such material.
      3. A cord stretched on an instrument and struck, plucked, or bowed to produce tones.
    See also:

    series

  2. A locomotive and attached cars

    See also:

    railroad

Verb
  1. To drill

      1. Training expected to produce a specific character or pattern of behavior, especially training that produces moral or mental improvement:
      2. Control obtained by enforcing compliance or order:
      3. Controlled behavior resulting from disciplinary training; self-control:
      1. Activity that requires physical or mental exertion, especially when performed to develop or maintain fitness:
      2. A specific activity performed to develop or maintain fitness or a skill:
      3. The active use or application of something:
      1. To do or perform habitually or customarily; make a habit of:
      2. To do or perform (something) repeatedly in order to acquire or polish a skill:
      3. To give lessons or repeated instructions to; drill:
    See also:

    reach

  2. To educate

    See also:

    teach

  3. To toughen oneself

  4. To direct growth

      1. A plant considered undesirable, unattractive, or troublesome, especially one that grows where it is not wanted and often grows or spreads fast or takes the place of desired plants.
      2. An aquatic plant or alga, especially seaweed.
      3. Something considered useless, detrimental, or worthless.
      1. The partially dried fruit of any of several varieties of the common plum, Prunus domestica.
      2. Any kind of plum that can be dried without spoiling.
      3. An ill-tempered, stupid, or incompetent person.
      1. A person trained to provide medical care for the sick or disabled, especially one who is licensed and works in a hospital or physician's office.
      2. A person employed to take care of a young child.
      3. A woman employed to suckle children other than her own; a wet nurse.
      1. The action of raising or caring for offspring:
      2. The sum of environmental influences and conditions acting on an organism, especially in contrast to heredity.
      3. The fostering or overseeing of the development of something:
      1. Used other than as an idiom: To bring from a lower position to a higher position..
      2. To mention.
      3. To raise (children).
      1. A condition of logical or comprehensible arrangement among the separate elements of a group.
      2. A condition of methodical or prescribed arrangement among component parts such that proper functioning or appearance is achieved:
      3. Condition or state in general:
      1. To inspire or influence thoroughly; pervade:
      2. To saturate, impregnate, or dye.
      1. To put into or introduce as if by pouring:
      2. To fill or cause to be filled with something:
      3. To steep or soak without boiling in order to extract soluble elements or active principles.
      1. To inspire with hope, courage, or confidence.
      2. To give support to; foster:
      3. To stimulate; spur:
      1. To attend to the needs of, especially in the manner of a nurse or personal aide.
      2. To like or appreciate; to consider to be appealing, tasteful, or suitable.
      1. The characteristic surface configuration of a thing; an outline or contour:
      2. Spatial form, contour, or appearance:
      3. The body or outward appearance of a person or an animal:
      1. One who shows the way by leading, directing, or advising.
      2. One who serves as a model for others, as in a course of conduct.
      3. A person employed to conduct others, as through a museum, and give information about points of interest encountered.
      1. To set in firmly, as into the ground:
      2. To establish securely, as in the mind or consciousness; instill:
      3. To insert or embed (an object or a device) surgically:
      1. To cause to assume a curved or angular shape:
      2. To bring (a bow, for example) into a state of tension by drawing on a string or line.
      3. To force to assume a different direction or shape, according to one's own purpose:
      1. A hollow form or matrix for shaping a fluid or plastic substance.
      2. A frame or model around or on which something is formed or shaped.
      3. Something that is made in or shaped on a mold.
      1. To show the way to by going in advance:
      2. To guide or direct in a course:
      3. To serve as a route for; take:
      1. A hind part.
      2. The point or area farthest from the front:
      3. The part of a military deployment usually farthest from the fighting front.
  5. To aim

    See also:

    teach

    aim