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train station a place where train tickets are sold and where passengers and goods are let on or off trains.
trait a characteristic or quality that makes a person or animal different from others.
traitor a person who is disloyal to his or her country, his or her friends, or another group.
tram1 a small railroad or railroad car used for carrying loads in a mine or other small space. [3 definitions]
tramp to walk with heavy steps. [6 definitions]
trample to step on in a heavy or noisy way; to crush with the feet; stamp (usually followed by "on", "upon," or "over"). [4 definitions]
trampoline a sheet of strong canvas attached to a frame by springs. Trampolines are used for jumping and tumbling.
trance a condition in which one seems to be asleep and cannot fully control movements or the mind. A trance can be caused by hypnosis or illness.
tranquil without noise or excitement; calm; steady; peaceful.
trans- a prefix that means "across" or "over." [3 definitions]
transaction the act of doing business. [2 definitions]
transatlantic going or reaching across the Atlantic Ocean. [2 definitions]
transcontinental going or reaching across a continent.
transfer to move or carry from one person or place to another. [4 definitions]
transform to change the form, look, or shape of. [2 definitions]
transformation a major change in the form, shape, character, or nature of something or someone.
transfusion the transfer of blood from an outside source into the bloodstream of a person or animal.
transistor a small device used to control the flow of electric current. Transistors use very little energy. They are found in televisions, computers, and other kinds of electronic equipment.
transit the act of passing over, across, or through; passage. [2 definitions]
transition a process of changing from one position, stage, or situation to another.
transitive verb a verb that is followed by a direct object. In the sentence, "My father owns a grocery store," "owns" is a transitive verb and "grocery store" is the direct object.