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berth a shelf or bunk for sleeping on a ship or train. [1/2 definitions]
break in to train, or to prepare for use. [1/2 definitions]
caboose a car at the rear of a freight train, used by the train's crew as a place for eating, sleeping, and observation of the tracks.
carsick having a sick feeling while riding in a car, bus, or train.
coach a section of seats on an airplane or train. Tickets for this section are less expensive than first class. [2/6 definitions]
conductor the person on a train or bus who collects payment. [1/3 definitions]
depot a bus or train station. [1/2 definitions]
discipline to train according to rules or principles. [1/5 definitions]
drill1 to teach or train by means of having a person repeat something over and over. [1/4 definitions]
engine a railroad locomotive; train. [1/2 definitions]
escalator a set of stairs that moves by means of a belt drive. An escalator carries people between floors of large buildings, such as department stores, airports, or train stations.
fare the price paid to ride on a bus, train, taxi, or airplane, or a passenger who pays this price. [1/2 definitions]
freight goods shipped by boat, plane, train, or truck.
mass transit a system of public transportation that carries people from place to place within a city by bus and train.
parkway a British word for a train station in the suburbs where many people park their cars and commute to work by train. [1/2 definitions]
passenger a person who is not driving, but travels in an automobile, bus, train, or other vehicle.
porter1 a person whose job is to carry baggage at a train station, airport, or hotel. [2 definitions]
railroad a road of steel rails upon which train cars travel. [1/2 definitions]
railway a set of tracks on which a train runs. [1/2 definitions]
roller coaster an amusement park ride in which a train of open cars rides up and down a winding track.
school1 to train or teach. [1/3 definitions]