|(British) one who works on a railroad||railwayman|
|act of turning aside, act of diverting; bypass, device used to divert an electrical current (Electricity); railroad switch; channel created to divert bodily fluids away from a particular part of the body (Surgery), bypass for bodily fluid, change track...||shunt|
|aim something, army followers, domesticate animal, entourage, instruct, coach, learn or teach skills, line of gunpowder, linked railroad cars, long moving line, make plant grow as wanted, mechanical series, prepare for sporting competition, produce imp...||train|
|apparatus for smoking food, gathering of men, person or thing that smokes; smoking car, railroad car in which smoking is permitted; informal social gathering for men, railroad car designated for smoking, smoking compartment, somebody who smokes||smoker|
|automobile; railroad car; elevator, chariot, passenger-carrying road vehicle, traveling compartment for people or things, vehicle on rails||car|
|avenue, street, paved or packed surface designed for travel; path, way; roadstead, protected area for ships to anchor; railway, train track, course of action, hard track for use of vehicles, mine tunnel, railroad||road|
|baby carriage, charge for taking and delivering goods, coach, buggy; railroad car; transportation; mechanism that prepares the next sheet of paper before it is fed into a printer (Computers); pedestal of a cannon; walking, manner of carrying oneself; p...||carriage|
|baggage porter at a railroad station; military police officer||redcap|
|bar that connects one railroad car to another, tow bar||drawbar|
|bar, bannister; bar used to hang objects; railroad track, denounce or complain bitterly, fence or railing, lay railroad tracks; send by train; construct a fence, long piece of wood or metal, put rail on or around something, see also:third rail, steel b...||rail|
|base and pavement of a road; foundation and material on which a railroad track is built, foundation for road||roadbed|
|battlefield machine, driving force or energy source, machine for powering equipment, machine which supplies force and motion, motor; locomotive; part of a program which handles certain types of data (Computers), railroad locomotive||engine|
|bedroom, bills receivable, British Rail; railroad authority in Britain||BR|
|body cavity, enclosed area at a rail car entrance, entrance hall, entrance hall just inside the front doors of a building; small cavity leading from one larger cavity or canal to another (Anatomy); closed passageway between two railroad cars, middle ca...||vestibule|
|bridge over a valley, long bridge built over columned arches which carries a road or a railroad across a valley or a river||viaduct|
|building for buses, garage (where railroad cars, trolley cars, etc. are repaired and maintained)||carbarn|
|building or running a railroad, construction of railroads, building of train tracks; operation of railroads, operation of train tracks||railroading|
|cable railroad car, car suspended from overhead cable||cable car|
|cattle truck, kind of racing car, railroad car for livestock||stock car|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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