Synonyms of train in English:

train


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verb

1‘the scheme involved workers training their colleagues’

SYNONYMS
instruct, teach, coach, tutor, give lessons to, school, educate, upskill, edify, prime, drill, demonstrate something to, make something clear to
put someone through their paces
inculcate, indoctrinate, condition

2‘she is now training to be a hairdresser’

SYNONYMS
study, learn, prepare, be taught, take instruction, qualify

3‘with the Olympics in mind, athletes are training hard’

SYNONYMS
exercise, do exercises, work out, get into shape, practise, prepare

4‘the race is to include three horses that are trained in Dubai’

SYNONYMS
coach, drill, exercise, prepare, practise, ground, rehearse, make ready, make fit

5‘she trained the gun on his chest’

SYNONYMS
aim, point, direct, level, line something up, turn something on, fix something on, sight, position, focus
take aim, zero in on

noun

1‘a minister and his train of attendants’

SYNONYMS
retinue, entourage, cortège, following, staff, household, court, suite
attendants, retainers, followers, bodyguards

2‘a train of elephants dragging logs’

SYNONYMS
procession, line, file, column, convoy, cavalcade, caravan, rank, string, succession, progression, array
British queue

3‘this set in motion a bizarre train of events’

SYNONYMS
chain, string, series, sequence, succession, set, progression, course, cycle, line, row, order, trail, concatenation

4‘the bride wore a cream silk dress with a train’

SYNONYMS
tail, appendage