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Alternative clues for the word tram
Amusement park transport
Car on rails
Roosevelt Island transport
Disney World transport
Way around London
Bygone London transport
Way around London, once
The cart before the ores
Maker of pit stops?
Roller in a pit
Urban bell site
Piccadilly Station sight
Transport for a short distance
Way to Roosevelt Island
It goes by rail
Vehicle on rails
Transport on rails
One way around town
One going through a tunnel, perhaps
Carrier of coal from a mine
Vehicle that makes pit stops?
Vehicle on tracks
It follows a mine line
Ride in London
Disney World conveyance
Public transport option
Ride around some parking lots
Vegas hotel transport
A conveyance that transports passengers or freight in carriers suspended from cables and supported by a series of towers
A four-wheeled wagon that runs on tracks in a mine
A wheeled vehicle that runs on rails and is propelled by electricity
"Desire," to the English
Cousins of an el
Wagon on tracks
Streetcar in London
Mode of conveyance
Weaver's twisted silk thread
Loosely twisted silk yarn
Trolley in London
British trolley car
Loosely twisted silk
Streetcar, in Britain
Tyne and Wear trolley
Trombone, to a jazzman
Trolley, in Tewkesbury
Vehicle going into an adit
Trolley, in England
Word definitions for tram in dictionaries
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
noun COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS ■ ADJECTIVE electric ▪ However the route had the unique distinction in Blackpool of operation by horse, gas and electric trams ! ▪ Travellers very often notice that electric light and trams are brought into streets which as...
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Tram \Tram\, n. [Prov. E. tram a coal wagon, the shaft of a cart or carriage, a beam or bar; probably of Scand, origin; cf. OSw. tr[*a]m, trum, a beam, OD. drom, Prov. & OHG. tram.] A four-wheeled truck running on rails, and used in a mine, as for carrying...
Word definitions in Wiktionary
Etymology 1 n. 1 (context UK rail transport English) A passenger vehicle for public use that runs on tracks in the road. 2 A similar vehicle for carrying materials. 3 (context obsolete English) The shaft of a cart. 4 (context obsolete English) One of the...
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
c.1500, "beam or shaft of a barrow or sledge," also "a barrow or truck body" (1510s), Scottish, originally in reference to the iron trucks used in coal mines, probably from Middle Flemish tram "beam, handle of a barrow, bar, rung," a North Sea Germanic...
Word definitions in WordNet
n. a conveyance that transports passengers or freight in carriers suspended from cables and supported by a series of towers [syn: tramway , aerial tramway , cable tramway , ropeway ] a four-wheeled wagon that runs on tracks in a mine; "a tramcar carries...
Word definitions in Wikipedia
A tram (also known as tramcar ; and in North America known as streetcar , trolley or trolley car ) is a rail vehicle which runs on tracks along public urban streets, and also sometimes on a segregated right of way . The lines or networks operated by tramcars...
Usage examples of tram.
Men verdrong elkander, zeer ernstig van gelaat, zelfs ter wille van het kleinste staanplaatsje, onbarmhartig voor wanhopige lotgenooten, onder wie vele dames, met een overspannen zenuwachtigheid en een bont gefladder van lichte toiletten den tram omliepen, turende door de glazen of zij wellicht nog een zweem van een open plekje bespeurden.
Ky had already looked up the location of the shopless than a hundred meters from the tram stationso she turned right and found herself in a passage with obviously expensive shops on either side.
Craft took a deep breath and energized the tram, watching the speedometer by flashlight.
He thought of a way to delay his pursuers as the tram slowed further, studying the speedometer, steeling himself for the effort.
This rather upset Caravan, who did not speak again until the tram put them down at their destination, where the two friends got out, and Chenet asked his friend to have a glass of vermouth at the Cafe du Globe, opposite, which both of them were in the habit of frequenting.
But it was definitely Irena, She climbed on board a tram and in panic Lebel did something he had never done before.
According to the chrono on the wall between the two lifts, she had about five minutes to wait for the next tram.
Luxi strode across the tram station deck toward the lifts on the far wall, moving buoyantly through the low gravity as though through water.
Today Miamians can actually ride an elevated tram from the Omni Mall to Brickell Avenue.
I climbed aboard an ancient narrow-gauge tram that linked outlying neighborhoods of Ostrava and let it carry me away.
Once Romanov had reached the bottom rung of the fire escape, he ran to a passing tram.
Then the tram went off into the darkness, Soupbone standing up straight and stiff.
The railway station is some distance from the town itself, so we had to rustle our bags through the misting rain to a waiting tram almost tiny enough to pose for a model of the famous Toonerville Trolley.
When they got into the narrow town the tramcar, mysteriously swelling, seemed to chip the shop windows and bump the front doors, and people upon the pavement scrambled between the glass of the tram and the glass of the big drapery shop.
Beneath Margarita floated the roofs of buses, trams and cars, and along the sidewalks, as it seemed to Margarita from above, floated rivers of caps.