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Detailed Translations for train from English to French

train:

to train verb (trains, trained, training)

  1. to train (practice; exercise; tutor; practise)
    entraîner; exercer; faire des exercices; s'entraîner; s'exercer
    • entraîner verb (entraîne, entraînes, entraînons, entraînez, )
    • exercer verb (exerce, exerces, exerçons, exercez, )
    • s'exercer verb
  2. to train (tutor; educate; school; lead up)
    – teach or refine to be discriminative in taste or judgment 1
    enseigner
    • enseigner verb (enseigne, enseignes, enseignons, enseignez, )
  3. to train (break in)
    entraîner; contraindre; apprivoiser; domestiquer; dompter; dresser un animal
    • entraîner verb (entraîne, entraînes, entraînons, entraînez, )
    • contraindre verb (contrains, contraint, contraignons, contraignez, )
    • apprivoiser verb (apprivoise, apprivoises, apprivoisons, apprivoisez, )
    • domestiquer verb (domestique, domestiques, domestiquons, domestiquez, )
    • dompter verb (dompte, domptes, domptons, domptez, )
  4. to train (practise; lead up; tutor; practice)
    entraîner; instruire; former; éduquer
    • entraîner verb (entraîne, entraînes, entraînons, entraînez, )
    • instruire verb (instruis, instruit, instruisons, instruisez, )
    • former verb (forme, formes, formons, formez, )
    • éduquer verb (éduque, éduques, éduquons, éduquez, )
  5. to train (practise; rehearse; exercise; practice)
    exercer; entraîner; répéter
    • exercer verb (exerce, exerces, exerçons, exercez, )
    • entraîner verb (entraîne, entraînes, entraînons, entraînez, )
    • répéter verb (répète, répètes, répétons, répétez, )
  6. to train (study; learn)
    étudier; faire des études
    • étudier verb (étudie, étudies, étudions, étudiez, )
  7. to train (instruct; inform; brief; )
    renseigner; instruire; enseigner; donner des cours; donner des instructions
    • renseigner verb (renseigne, renseignes, renseignons, renseignez, )
    • instruire verb (instruis, instruit, instruisons, instruisez, )
    • enseigner verb (enseigne, enseignes, enseignons, enseignez, )
  8. to train (teach; instruct; prepare)
    – teach and supervise (someone); act as a trainer or coach (to), as in sports 1
    enseigner; apprendre; instruire; donner des instructions
    • enseigner verb (enseigne, enseignes, enseignons, enseignez, )
    • apprendre verb (apprends, apprend, apprenons, apprenez, )
    • instruire verb (instruis, instruit, instruisons, instruisez, )
  9. to train
    – To populate a model with data to derive patterns that can be used in prediction or knowledge discovery. 2

Conjugations for train:

present
  1. train
  2. train
  3. trains
  4. train
  5. train
  6. train
simple past
  1. trained
  2. trained
  3. trained
  4. trained
  5. trained
  6. trained
present perfect
  1. have trained
  2. have trained
  3. has trained
  4. have trained
  5. have trained
  6. have trained
past continuous
  1. was training
  2. were training
  3. was training
  4. were training
  5. were training
  6. were training
future
  1. shall train
  2. will train
  3. will train
  4. shall train
  5. will train
  6. will train
continuous present
  1. am training
  2. are training
  3. is training
  4. are training
  5. are training
  6. are training
subjunctive
  1. be trained
  2. be trained
  3. be trained
  4. be trained
  5. be trained
  6. be trained
diverse
  1. train!
  2. let's train!
  3. trained
  4. training
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

train [the ~] noun

  1. the train (barge train)
    le train; le cortège; la suite
  2. the train
    la rame
  3. the train (caravan)
    – a procession (of wagons or mules or camels) traveling together in single file 1
    la caravane
  4. the train (railway train; railroad train)
    – public transport provided by a line of railway cars coupled together and drawn by a locomotive 1
    le train

Translation Matrix for train:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
caravane caravan; train camper; caravan; mobile home
cortège barge train; train ceremony; procession; rite
rame train oar; paddle
suite barge train; train accepting; application suite; carrying out; conclusion; continuation; cycle; final result; future; obeying; reception room; result; row; sequel; sequence; series; succession; suite; upshot
train barge train; railroad train; railway train; train course; court; court circle; court dignitaries; driving speed; royal household; speed; velocity
- caravan; gear; gearing; geartrain; power train; railroad train; string; wagon train
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
apprendre instruct; prepare; teach; train absorb; acquire; aquire; collect; cover; cram up a lesson; define; depict; describe; discover; educate; explain; expound; familiarise; familiarize; find out; gain; get the hang of; get used to; learn; master; pick up; practice; practise; qualify; receive; recount; report; say; study; studying; teach; tell
apprivoiser break in; train bring to submission; bring under control; control; overcome; overpower; overwhelm; subject; take possession of something; tame
contraindre break in; train assault; attack; coerce; compel; control; enforce; force; keep back; keep under control; lay violent hands upon; moderate; oblige; oblige to; raid; restrain; storm; subdue; suppress; violate
domestiquer break in; train
dompter break in; train bring to submission; bring under control; check; control; crush; curb; domesticate; keep back; keep in control; moderate; overcome; overpower; overwhelm; pulverise; pulverize; recant; restrain; retract; revoke; rub fine; subdue; subject; suppress; take back; take possession of something; tame; withhold
donner des cours brief; explain; inform; instruct; learn; prepare; teach; train instruct; learn; teach
donner des instructions brief; explain; inform; instruct; learn; prepare; teach; train learn
dresser un animal break in; train
effectuer l'apprentissage train
enseigner brief; educate; explain; inform; instruct; lead up; learn; prepare; school; teach; train; tutor coach; educate; instruct; learn; qualify; study; studying; teach; tutor
entraîner break in; exercise; lead up; practice; practise; rehearse; train; tutor allure; attract; blot out; carry before it; delete; direct; drag along; drag along with one; draw; eliminate; entice; erase; guide; haul; invite; lead; lug; point the direction; pull; pull along; rub out; seduce; tempt; wipe; wipe out
exercer exercise; practice; practise; rehearse; train; tutor accomplish; cover; cover up; drill; exercise; fulfil; fulfill; honor; honour; occupy a position; practice; practise; redo; rehearse; repeat; resume
faire des exercices exercise; practice; practise; train; tutor
faire des études learn; study; train
former lead up; practice; practise; train; tutor be; bring up; conceptualise; conceptualize; construct; create; design; educate; form; invent; knead; learn; make; manufacture; massage; model; mould; prepare; put together; qualify; raise; rear; shape; study; teach
instruire brief; explain; inform; instruct; lead up; learn; practice; practise; prepare; teach; train; tutor educate; inform; instruct; learn; qualify; report; study; teach
renseigner brief; explain; inform; instruct; learn; prepare; teach; train inform; inquire about; make inquiries about; report
répéter exercise; practice; practise; rehearse; train echo; parrot; practice; practise; recite; redo; rehearse; repeat; restart; resume; say after; snooze; start again; take up the thread of one's narrative
s'entraîner exercise; practice; practise; train; tutor practice; practise; redo; rehearse; repeat; resume
s'exercer exercise; practice; practise; train; tutor
éduquer lead up; practice; practise; train; tutor bring up; educate; learn; raise; rear; teach
étudier learn; study; train audit; check; cram up a lesson; examine; go through; inspect; investigate; learn; practice; practise; read; research; study; studying; teach; verify
- aim; check; civilise; civilize; coach; condition; cultivate; develop; direct; discipline; educate; groom; prepare; rail; school; take; take aim; trail
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- adjust; drill; practice; practise; put in position; railway train; rehearse

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Related Definitions for "train":

  1. wheelwork consisting of a connected set of rotating gears by which force is transmitted or motion or torque is changed1
  2. public transport provided by a line of railway cars coupled together and drawn by a locomotive1
    • express trains don't stop at Princeton Junction1
  3. piece of cloth forming the long back section of a gown that is drawn along the floor1
    • the bride's train was carried by her two young nephews1
  4. a series of consequences wrought by an event1
    • it led to a train of disasters1
  5. a procession (of wagons or mules or camels) traveling together in single file1
  6. a sequentially ordered set of things or events or ideas in which each successive member is related to the preceding1
    • train of mourners1
    • a train of thought1
  7. exercise in order to prepare for an event or competition1
    • She is training for the Olympics1
  8. undergo training or instruction in preparation for a particular role, function, or profession1
    • She is training to be a teacher1
    • He trained as a legal aid1
  9. create by training and teaching1
    • The old master is training world-class violinists1
  10. teach and supervise (someone); act as a trainer or coach (to), as in sports1
    • He is training our Olympic team1
  11. point or cause to go (blows, weapons, or objects such as photographic equipment) towards1
    • He trained his gun on the burglar1
    • Don't train your camera on the women1
  12. drag loosely along a surface; allow to sweep the ground1
    • She trained her long scarf behind her1
  13. travel by rail or train1
    • She trained to Hamburg1
  14. educate for a future role or function1
    • They trained him to be a warrior1
  15. teach or refine to be discriminative in taste or judgment1
  16. cause to grow in a certain way by tying and pruning it1
    • train the vine1
  17. develop (children's) behavior by instruction and practice; especially to teach self-control1
    • Is this dog trained?1
  18. To populate a model with data to derive patterns that can be used in prediction or knowledge discovery.2

Wiktionary Translations for train:

train
noun
  1. line of connected cars or carriages
  2. group of animals, vehicles, or people
  3. that which is drawn along
verb
  1. to practice an ability
  2. to teach a task
  3. to improve one's fitness
  4. to move (a gun) laterally so that it points in a different direction
train
noun
  1. (familier, fr) coterie, bande de gens qui veulent parvenir à quelque chose d’une manière peu honnête.
  2. suite de personnes qui en accompagner une autre avec cérémonie.
  3. militaire|fr troupe généralement armée qui accompagner une personne, un convoi, des bagages pour les protéger ou les surveiller pendant la marche.
  4. ferro|fr convoi ferroviaire constitué d’au moins une locomotive et de wagons. note S’emploie, plus rarement, en astronautique et dans les transports routiers.
verb
  1. former, habituer à un certain comportement.
  2. traîner avec soi, après soi.
  3. créer en donnant l’être et la forme.

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
train exercer; entraîner trainen — het doen van lichamelijke oefeningen
train former opleiden — kennis en vaardigheid bijbrengen
train dresser dresseren — dieren africhten, kunstjes leren, tot gehoorzaamheid dwingen
train dresser africhten — door middel van oefening voor iets geschikt maken
train chemin de fer Bahn — kurz die Eisenbahn
train contrôleur SchaffnerMitarbeiter eines Verkehrsunternehmens, zu dessen Aufgaben neben Anderem die Kontrolle der Fahrkarten und das erheben des Beförderungsentgeltes gehört (eine Berufsbezeichnung)
train train Zug — mehrere hintereinander gekoppelte Fahrzeuge (speziell auf Schienen)
train débourrer bereiten — (transitiv) ein Pferd zureiten
train dompter; dresser dressieren — ein Tier (auch Menschen) abrichten, einem Tier Kunststücke beibringen

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