Synonyms of train in English:

train

verb

  • 1 the scheme involved workers training their colleagues
    instruct, teach, coach, tutor, give lessons to, school, educate, upskill, edify, prime, drill, demonstrate something to, make something clear to; put someone through their paces; inculcate, indoctrinate, condition
  • 2 she is now training to be a hairdresser
    study, learn, prepare, be taught, take instruction, qualify
  • 3 with the Olympics in mind, athletes are training hard
    exercise, do exercises, work out, get into shape, practise, prepare
  • 4 the race is to include three horses that are trained in Dubai
    coach, drill, exercise, prepare, practise, ground, rehearse, make ready, make fit
  • 5 she trained the gun on his chest
    aim, point, direct, level, line something up, turn something on, fix something on, sight, position, focus; take aim, zero in on
  • noun

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  • 1 a minister and his train of attendants
  • 2 a train of elephants dragging logs
    procession, line, file, column, convoy, cavalcade, caravan, queue, rank, string, succession, progression, array
  • 3 this set in motion a bizarre train of events
  • 4 the bride wore a cream silk dress with a train
    tail, appendage
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