Traducción de derailment en español:


descarrilamiento, n.

Pronunciación /dəˈreɪlmənt/ /diːˈreɪlm(ə)nt/

Ver definición en español de descarrilamiento


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    descarrilamiento masculino
    • All the points were supposed to have been refitted following the Hatfield derailment, which was caused by a broken rail.
    • On Friday a rail shattered, causing a derailment near Hammersmith, west London.
    • He said all three train derailments have apparently been caused by an internal defect in the tracks.
    • In 12 months to March, there were 1,269 incidents that could have caused a fatal derailment or injury.
    • Five track gangs maintained the 72 miles of track, including over 700 switches and repaired the high priority derailment damage.
    • The number of collisions and derailments has reduced steadily, with the lowest ever number being recorded last year.
    • About 514 feet of rail was dislocated in the derailment.
    • The collision resulted in the derailment of the cab car and four passenger cars of train 1270.
    • The train was on its way back at the end of the day when a low-speed derailment occurred.
    • Yesterday's derailment occurred within five miles of Tuesday's smash.