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by {prep} [e.g. by train, by air; by force]
388
mit [+Dat.] [z. B. mit dem Zug, mit dem Flugzeug; mit Gewalt]
overnight {adj} [attr.] [e.g. train, shift]
353
Nacht- [z. B. Zug, Schicht]
electr. tech. travel connecting {adj} [attr.] [e.g. adapter, contact, flight, train]
90
Anschluss- [z. B. Adapter, Kontakt, Flug, Zug]
ghost {adj} [attr.] [e.g. town, train]
54
Geister- [z. B. Stadt, Bahn]
sth. chugged [as of motor, train, boat, etc.]
32
etw. tuckerte
leaving {adj} [train etc.]
23
abfahrend [attr.]
crashed {adj} {past-p} [due to a collision] [e.g. car, train]verunglückt [durch eine Kollision] [z. B. Auto, Zug]
incoming {adj} [train, road vehicle]einfahrend
Verbs
to practice (sth.) [Am.] [train, exercise to acquire a skill]
1478
(etw.) üben
to board sth. [the train, the ship, the plane, etc.]
777
etw.Akk. besteigen [den Zug, das Schiff, das Flugzeug etc.]
to miss sth. [a train, a chance, etc.]
771
etw.Akk. verpassen [den Zug, eine Chance etc.]
to breed [rear and train]
408
erziehen
to discipline [train]
406
erziehen [drillen]
to drill [to train]
347
abrichten
to practice [Am.] [exercise, train]
215
trainieren
to chug [as of motor, train, boat, etc.]
188
tuckern
to enter [climb into a train etc.]
182
einsteigen [in Zug etc.]
travel to arrive [by train, coach etc.]
149
anreisen [eintreffen]
to run [train, bus, etc.]
84
verkehren [fahren]
rail transp. to entrain sth. [put aboard a train]
37
etw. verladen [in Eisenbahn]
to approach [e.g. a train approaches]
33
einfahren [z. B. der Zug fährt ein]
to make sth. [reach a train, plane etc. in time]
18
etw.Akk. schaffen [rechtzeitig erreichen]
to hoot [Br.] [train]
12
pfeifen [Zug]
[to train a dog to be aggressive or attack]einen Hund scharfmachen
to arrive [of a train]einfahren [gerade ankommen, bei Zügen]
to catch sth. [train, boat]mit etw. (gerade noch) mitkommen [erreichen, z. B. den Zug, Dampfer]
to drill [to train extensively]gründlich ausbilden
rail travel to entrain [board a train](in den Zug) einsteigen
rail travel to train [dated] [go by train]mit dem Zug fahren
Nouns
rail station <Sta. / Stn.> [train station]
1625
Bahnhof {m} <Bhf. / Bf.>
travel change [train, bus, tube etc.]
229
Umsteigen {n}
return [by train, car, bike etc.]
217
Rückfahrt {f}
furn. bunk [in train, dormitory]
52
Bett {n}
rail accommodation [Am.] [accommodation train]
13
Bummelzug {m}
travel service [bus, plane, train]
13
Verbindung {f} [Bus-, Bahn-, Flug-]
pitch [ship, train]
9
Stampfbewegung {f} [Schiff, Zug]
rail balise [train control]
7
Balise {f}
rail El [Chicago's elevated train] [Am.] [coll.]
5
[Chicagoer Stadtbahn {f}]
rail overnighter [Am.] [coll.] [night train]
5
Nachtzug {m}
hist. transp. sumpter [rare] [driver of a pack train]
5
Säumer {m}
rail [a type of regional train in Germany (abbrev. RE), Luxembourg (also abbrev. RE) and Austria (abbrev. REX)]Regionalexpress® {m} <RE®>
geogr. Unverified [public square in the Swiss city of Bern, near the train station]Hirschengraben {m}
rail [train of narrow-gauge wagon carrier trucks hauling standard-gauge wagons]Rollbockzug {m}
jobs rail braker [brakeman on a passenger train]Bremser {m} [auf einem Personenzug]
rail norry [Cambodian bamboo train]Norry {n} [kambodschanisches Schienentaxi]
rail pendolino [tilting train]Pendolino {m} [Neigezug]
pilgrimage [train of pilgrims]Pilgerzug {m}
rail puffer [childish] [steam train]Dampfzug {m}
hist. transp. Rheingold [also: Rhinegold] [train]Rheingold {m} [Zug]
traffic route [of the train]Linienverlauf {m}
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