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rail1 US English

A bar or series of bars, typically fixed on upright supports, serving as part of a fence or barrier or used to hang things on

rail2 US English

Complain or protest strongly and persistently about

rail3 US English

A secretive bird with drab gray and brown plumage, typically having a long bill and found in dense waterside vegetation

rail in sora US English

A common small brown and gray American rail, frequenting marshes

sora US English

A common small brown and gray American rail, frequenting marshes

rail car US English

Any railroad car or wagon

dado rail US English

A decorative waist-high moulding round the wall of a room, which also protects the wall from damage

fife rail US English

A rail around the mainmast of a sailing ship, holding belaying pins

slip rail US English

A rail in a fence which can be removed to provide an opening

land rail US English

Another term for corncrake.

altar rail US English

A railing in front of the altar, separating the chancel from the nave

arris rail US English

A fence rail with a triangular cross section

rail fence US English

A fence, typically a wooden one, made of posts and rails

third rail US English

An additional rail supplying electric current, used in some electric railroad systems

towel rail US English

A rail, especially one attached to a wall, from which to hang towels

split-rail US English

Denoting a fence or enclosure made from pieces of wood split lengthwise from a log

water rail US English

A secretive Eurasian marshbird with dark grey and brown plumage, making loud grunts and squeals in the breeding season

light rail US English

A railroad constructed for light traffic

picture rail US English

A horizontal strip of wood on a wall from which pictures can be hung

rail-babbler US English

A long-tailed songbird of the logrunner family, with bold blue, red-brown, and white plumage, found mainly in the forests of New Guinea

clapper rail US English

A large grayish rail of American coastal marshes. It has a distinctive clattering rattlelike call

conductor rail US English

A rail transmitting current to an electric train or other vehicle

f.o.b. in free US English

Including or assuming delivery without charge to the buyer’s named destination

bedrail US English

A rail along the side of a bed connecting the headboard to the footboard

railbus US English

A lightweight diesel or petrol-driven railway passenger vehicle, typically with four wheels

railbird US English

A spectator, especially one at a horse race who watches from the railings along the track

f.o.b. in free on board US English

Including or assuming delivery without charge to the buyer’s named destination

guardrail US English

A rail that prevents people from falling off or being hit by something

rail family in rail3 US English

A secretive bird with drab gray and brown plumage, typically having a long bill and found in dense waterside vegetation

snake fence US English

A fence made of roughly split rails or poles joined in a zigzag pattern with their ends crossing

snake-rail fence in snake fence US English

A fence made of roughly split rails or poles joined in a zigzag pattern with their ends crossing

rail US Thesaurus

he rails against injustice

rail English-Spanish

riel masculine, barra feminine

raíl Spanish-English

→ riel

dado rail English-Spanish

moldura femininede adorno y protección de una pared

grab rail English-Spanish

barra femininepara agarrarse

rail car English-Spanish

automotor masculine, autoferro masculineColombia, autovagón masculinePeru/Perú

split-rail English-Spanish

vallapartidos a lo largo

third rail English-Spanish

tercer riel, tercer rail

stair rail in stair English-Spanish

barandilla feminine, baranda feminine

curtain rail in curtain English-Spanish

riel masculine (de cortina)

rail/air link in link English-Spanish

conexión ferroviaria/aérea


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