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Definitions of train:

part of speech: verb intransitive

To prepare oneself for a contest of strength.

part of speech: noun

That which is drawn along after something else: the part of a dress which trails behind the wearer: a retinue: a series: process: a line of gunpowder to fire a charge: a line of cars drawn by a locomotive on a railway.

part of speech: verb transitive

To instruct by practice; drill; discipline; educate; to aim or point at an object, as a cannon; discipline or tame for use; as, to train a wild animal; to prepare for athletic contests or horse racing; to direct the growth of, as a plant.

part of speech: noun

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.

part of speech: verb

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.

part of speech: verb transitive

To draw along: to allure: to educate: to discipline: to tame for use, as animals: to cause to grow properly: to prepare men for athletic feats or horses for the race.

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