US: /ˈtɹeɪn/
UK: /tɹˈe‍ɪn/

English Vietnamese dictionary

train /trein/
  • danh từ
    • xe lửa
      • to go by train: đi xe lửa
      • to miss the train: lỡ chuyến xe lửa
      • fast train: xe lửa tốc hành
      • goods train: xe lửa chở hàng
    • đoàn; đoàn tuỳ tùng
      • a train of oxen: đoàn bò
      • to come with a hundred men in one's train: tới với một đoàn tuỳ tùng hàng trăm người
    • dòng, dãy, chuỗi, hạt
      • an unexpected train of difficulties: một loạt khó khăn bất ngờ
      • to follow one's train of thought: theo dòng tư tưởng (ý nghĩ)
    • đuôi dài lê thê (của áo đàn bà); đuôi (chim)
    • hậu quả
      • in the train of: do hậu quả của
    • (kỹ thuật) bộ truyền động
    • ngòi (để châm mìn)
    • in train
      • sẵn sàng
    • all is now in train: tất cả đều đã sẵn sàng
  • ngoại động từ
    • dạy, dạy dỗ, rèn luyện, huấn luyện; đào tạo
      • to train (up) children to be good citizens: dạy dỗ trẻ em để trở thành những công dân tốt
      • to train a teacher: đào tạo một giáo viên
      • a trained eye: con mắt lão luyện
    • (thể dục,thể thao) tập dượt
    • uốn (cây cảnh)
      • to train roses against a wall: uốn cho những cây hồng leo theo bờ tường
    • chĩa (súng)
      • to train the cannon on (upon): chĩa đại bác vào
    • (thông tục) đi xe lửa
    • nội động từ
      • tập luyện tập dượt
        • to train for a race: tập dượt để chuẩn bị chạy đua
        • to train on vegetarian diet: ăn chay trong khi tập luyện
      • (thông tục) đi xe lửa
        • to train from Pekin to Hanoi: đi xe lửa từ Bắc kinh đến Hà nội
      • to train down
        • tập cho người thon bớt đi
      • to train off
        • bắn chệch, ngắm chệch (súng)

    Advanced English dictionary

    noun, verb
    + noun
    1 a railway/railroad engine pulling a number of carriages or trucks, taking people and goods from one place to another: to get on / off a train + I like travelling by train. + a passenger / commuter / goods / freight train + to catch / take / get the next train to London + a train journey / driver + You have to change trains at Reading. + There are regular train services to Edinburgh and Glasgow.
    See also - GRAVY TRAIN
    2 a number of people or animals moving in a line: a camel train + a wagon train
    3 [usually sing.] a series of events or actions that are connected: His death set in motion a train of events that led to the outbreak of war.
    4 the part of a long formal dress that spreads out on the floor behind the person wearing it
    Idioms: bring sth in its train (written) to have sth as a result: Unemployment brings great difficulties in its train.
    in sb's train (written) following behind sb: In the train of the rich and famous came the journalists.
    set sth in train (formal) to prepare or start sth: That telephone call set in train a whole series of events.
    a train of thought the connected series of thoughts that are in your head at a particular time: The phone ringing interrupted my train of thought.
    + verb
    1 ~ (sb) (as / in / for sth) to teach a person or an animal the skills for a particular job or activity; to be taught in this way: [VN] well / badly trained staff + Steve can't get a job, he's not trained in anything. + [VN to inf] They train dogs to sniff out drugs. + [V] He trained as a teacher before becoming an actor. + All members of the team have trained in first aid. + [V to inf] Sue is training to be a doctor.
    2 ~ (sb) (for / in sth) to prepare yourself/sb for a particular activity, especially a sport, by doing a lot of exercise; to prepare a person or an animal in this way: [V] athletes training for the Olympics + I train in the gym for two hours a day. + [VN] She trains horses. + He trains the Olympic team.
    3 to develop a natural ability or quality so that it improves: [VN] An expert with a trained eye will spot the difference immediately. + [VN to inf] You can train your mind to think positively.
    4 [VN] ~ sth (around / along / up, etc.) to make a plant grow in a particular direction: Roses had been trained around the door.
    Phrasal Verbs: train sth at / on sb/sth (written) to aim a gun, camera, light, etc. at sb/sth: He carefully trained his gun on the suspect.

    Thesaurus dictionary

    1 carriage, coach, Baby-talk choo-choo:
    Will this train take me to Newcastle?
    2 retinue, entourage, cortège, suite, following, escort, guard, attendants, retainers, followers, trail; staff, court, household:
    After the duke's coffin came a train of several hundred hangers-on.
    3 line, queue, procession, succession, string, set, sequence, chain, progression, caravan, cavalcade, parade, column, file:
    The baggage train of the advancing army stretched for miles.
    4 discipline, exercise, tutor, teach, coach, drill, school, instruct, prepare, educate, edify, guide, bring up, indoctrinate, rear, raise:
    We had been trained to put things away and avoid clutter.
    5 work out, exercise, practise:
    Hannah is training for the next Olympics.

    Collocation dictionary

    1 railway engine pulling carriages/trucks


    railway | metro, subway, tube, underground | intercity,
    international, long-distance |
    local, suburban | express, fast | direct, through
    I got the through train to Manchester.
    | slow, stopping | special | early, evening, midnight, morning,
    night, overnight | two o'clock, 10.45, etc. | returnWhat are the times of the return trains?
    | first, last, next
    The last train leaves at


    In summer the trains run as often as every ten minutes.
    | start | terminate
    The train terminated in Carlisle.
    | be bound for …
    an express train bound for Edinburgh
    | be due
    The next train is due at 9.45.
    | be delayed, be held up, be late, run late
    Most trains are running late because of the accident.
    | arrive, come in, come into sth, draw in, draw into sth, pull in, pull into sth, steam in, steam into sth
    The next train to arrive at Platform 2 is 00.30.
    | London to Glasgow, etc.
    the Paris to Brussels train The trainthe 12.30 from Leeds.

    | Stuttgart-bound, etc. | northbound, southbound, etc. | Piccadilly line, etc. | crowded, full, loaded | empty | moving | stationary | speeding | runaway | approaching, oncoming
    the sound of an approaching train He was pushed into the path of an oncoming train.
    | passing
    the roar of a passing train
    | departing
    She ran alongside the departing train, waving goodbye.
    | delayed, late-running | luxury, Pullman | four-coach, three-coach, etc. | bullet, high-speed | diesel, electric, steam | coal, commuter, freight, goods, mail, passenger | military, troop | model | ghost
    a carnival with ghost trains and dodgem cars


    take, travel by
    From Germany they travelled by train to Poland.
    | travel on
    She's travelling on the same train as you.
    | use | catch, get, make
    We had to get up early to make the 6 o'clock train for Florence.
    | miss | wait for | run for
    I was late and had to run for my train.
    | board, get on, hop on, jump aboard/on
    We jumped on the train just as it was about to leave.
    | jump from/off, jump out of
    She tried to kill herself by jumping off a moving train.
    | alight from, get off | meet (sb off)
    I'm going to the station to meet her off the train.
    | change
    You'll have to change trains at Cambridge.
    | operate, run
    The company plans to run trains on key intercity routes.
    | cancel
    The 10.19 train has been cancelled.
    | drive | haul
    a train hauled by a steam locomotive
    | stop | derail | fall under, throw sb under
    Driven to despair, he threw himself under a train. came in and I got on. The train drew into the station.
    | come, go
    We didn't want to leave the platform in case the train came.
    | reach
    The train reached Prague at half past six.
    | return | depart, draw out (of sth), leave, pull away, pull out (of sth), start (off), steam out
    The train pulled out of the station.
    | head …
    The train headed out of Athens.
    | stand, wait
    The train now standing at Platform 3 is the 16.50 to Brighton. a train waiting at a signal
    | move
    Slowly the train began to move.
    | travel
    The high-speed train travels at 120 mph.
    | chug, trundle
    The train chugged slowly forward.
    | gather speed | hurtle, rush, speed, steam
    a picture of the bullet train speeding past Mount Fuji
    | slow (down) | brake | be brought to a halt, come to a halt, halt, stop | rattle, rumble, thunder, whistle
    The train rattled into the station.
    | jerk, jolt, lurch, shudder
    The train jolted into motion.
    | approach, come
    The train came towards them.
    | pass | enter sth
    The train entered the tunnel.
    | collide (with sth) | be loaded with sth, carry sth


    journey, ride | service | station | times, timetable | fare | ticket | crew, driver, guard, staff | travellers, travelling | spotter, spotting | accident, collision, crash, disaster | window | carriage | shed | robber | set
    I saved up my pocket money to buy an electric train set.


    aboard/on/on board a/the ~
    the people on the train
    | by ~
    It's quicker by train.
    | ~ between
    trains between Brindisi and Rome
    | ~ for/to
    He was leaving on the early train for Zaragoza.
    | ~ from
    the train from Birmingham to Worcester


    a train load of sth
    train loads of iron ore
    | a train to catch
    I can't stop now, I have a train to catch.

    2 number of people/animals moving in a line


    camel, mule, wagon | supply

    3 series of events/actions/thoughts


    set sth in
    That telephone call set in train a whole series of events.
    | bring sth in
    (figurative) Unemployment brings greater difficulties in its train (= causes great difficulties).


    a train of events, a train of thought
    The telephone rang and she lost her train of thought.


    in sb's ~
    (figurative) In the train of (= following behind)the rich and famous came the journalists.




    The team is training hard for the big match.

    Concise English dictionary

    +public transport provided by a line of railway cars coupled together and drawn by a locomotive
    +a sequentially ordered set of things or events or ideas in which each successive member is related to the preceding
    +a procession (of wagons or mules or camels) traveling together in single file
    +a series of consequences wrought by an event
    +piece of cloth forming the long back section of a gown that is drawn along the floor
    +wheelwork consisting of a connected set of rotating gears by which force is transmitted or motion or torque is changed
    +create by training and teaching
    +undergo training or instruction in preparation for a particular role, function, or profession
    +train by instruction and practice; especially to teach self-control
    +prepare (someone) for a future role or function
    +train to be discriminative in taste or judgment
    +aim or direct at; as of blows, weapons, or objects such as photographic equipment
    +teach and supervise (someone); act as a trainer or coach (to), as in sports
    +exercise in order to prepare for an event or competition
    +train to grow in a certain way by tying and pruning it
    +travel by rail or train
    +drag loosely along a surface; allow to sweep the ground