detrain


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de·train

 (dē-trān′)
intr. & tr.v. de·trained, de·train·ing, de·trains
To leave or cause to leave a railroad train.

de·train′ment n.

detrain

(diːˈtreɪn)
vb
(Railways) to leave or cause to leave a railway train, as passengers, etc
deˈtrainment n

de•train

(diˈtreɪn)

v.i.
1. to alight from a railroad train.
v.t.
2. to take from a railroad train.
[1880–85]

detrain


Past participle: detrained
Gerund: detraining

Imperative
detrain
detrain
Present
I detrain
you detrain
he/she/it detrains
we detrain
you detrain
they detrain
Preterite
I detrained
you detrained
he/she/it detrained
we detrained
you detrained
they detrained
Present Continuous
I am detraining
you are detraining
he/she/it is detraining
we are detraining
you are detraining
they are detraining
Present Perfect
I have detrained
you have detrained
he/she/it has detrained
we have detrained
you have detrained
they have detrained
Past Continuous
I was detraining
you were detraining
he/she/it was detraining
we were detraining
you were detraining
they were detraining
Past Perfect
I had detrained
you had detrained
he/she/it had detrained
we had detrained
you had detrained
they had detrained
Future
I will detrain
you will detrain
he/she/it will detrain
we will detrain
you will detrain
they will detrain
Future Perfect
I will have detrained
you will have detrained
he/she/it will have detrained
we will have detrained
you will have detrained
they will have detrained
Future Continuous
I will be detraining
you will be detraining
he/she/it will be detraining
we will be detraining
you will be detraining
they will be detraining
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been detraining
you have been detraining
he/she/it has been detraining
we have been detraining
you have been detraining
they have been detraining
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been detraining
you will have been detraining
he/she/it will have been detraining
we will have been detraining
you will have been detraining
they will have been detraining
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been detraining
you had been detraining
he/she/it had been detraining
we had been detraining
you had been detraining
they had been detraining
Conditional
I would detrain
you would detrain
he/she/it would detrain
we would detrain
you would detrain
they would detrain
Past Conditional
I would have detrained
you would have detrained
he/she/it would have detrained
we would have detrained
you would have detrained
they would have detrained
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.detrain - leave a train
get off - leave a vehicle, aircraft, etc.
Translations

detrain

[diːˈtreɪn] VIbajarse del tren

detrain

vtausladen
vi (troops)aussteigen
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