How do you spell train someone?

How do you spell train someone?

English Language Learners Definition of train

  1. : to teach (someone) the skills needed to do something (such as a job) : to give instruction to (someone)
  2. : to be taught the skills needed to do something (such as a job)
  3. : to cause (someone or something) to develop an ability or skill.

What is meant by en train?

entrain verb (GET ON TRAIN) [ I ] formal. to get on a train: On 2nd May we entrained for Dieppe. The night of the next day, we entrained.

Is it train or trained?

As verbs the difference between train and trained is that train is to practice an ability while trained is (train).

Is train an adjective or noun?

train (noun) train (verb) training (noun) training college (noun) house–trained (adjective)

What makes something a train?

A train is a form of rail transport consisting of a series of connected vehicles that generally run along a railroad (or railway) track to transport passengers or cargo (also known as “freight” or “goods”). Passenger trains include passenger-carrying vehicles and can often be very long and fast.

What does I will train you mean?

Informal a declaration of willingness to do what is requested. (Old English willan; related to Old Saxon willian, Old Norse vilja, Old High German wollen, Latin velle to wish, will) See at shall. train crash n. used figuratively, a train crash means something disastrously bad.

Is train is a common noun?

Common noun represents a whole class or group,whereas proper noun is the unique name of a particular person place object etc. Train is common whereas rajdhani duronto etc are proper nouns..

How do you use the verb train?

  1. I train in the gym for two hours a day.
  2. She was unable to train with the squad.
  3. train for something athletes training for the Olympics.
  4. train somebody/something She trains horses.
  5. He trains the Olympic team.
  6. train somebody/something for something The athletes will be trained for all events.

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