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We have found multiple words train. Choose the one you are looking for and click on the link in its Dictionary entry column to see its detailed etymology.

Dictionary entry Language Definition
train English (Verb Noun) (intransitive) To improve one's fitness.. (intransitive) To practice an ability.. (mining) To trace (a lode or any mineral appearance) to its head.. (obsolete) To draw along; to trail; to drag.. [...](intransitive) To improve one's fitness.. (intransitive) To practice an ability.. (mining) To trace (a lode or any mineral appearance) to its head.. (obsolete) To draw along; to trail; to drag.. [...]
train English (Noun) (obsolete) A lure; a decoy. [15th-18th c.]. (obsolete) A trap for animals; a snare. [14th-18th c.]. (obsolete) A trick or stratagem. [14th-19th c.]. (obsolete) Treachery; deceit. [14th-19th c.].(obsolete) A lure; a decoy. [15th-18th c.]. (obsolete) A trap for animals; a snare. [14th-18th c.]. (obsolete) A trick or stratagem. [14th-19th c.]. (obsolete) Treachery; deceit. [14th-19th c.].

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