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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References in classic literature ?
At Bouira the detachment detrained, and the balance of the journey was made in the saddle.
In our study, athletes were not detrained, but the decreasing in EEE at TT compared with hard endurance training may be related to the lipid profile change.
Given the westward position of the anticyclone, the TTL circulation was from the west-northwest, and back trajectory analysis showed that a significant portion of the air sampled had progressed clockwise around the anticyclone after having been detrained from convective systems in Africa about a week to 10 days prior to the time of observation.
Passengers were safely detrained to track and guided to Choa Chu Kang station.
Facing the extent to which you may have become detrained can be a frustrating, anxiety-ridden process.
Persons with more impaired swallowing detrained to a greater degree than persons with more functional swallowing at baseline.
The Indian police re-arrested detrained senior liberation leader, Mushtaq-ul-Islam, soon after he was released on bail in Srinagar.
In the meantime, passengers of another train from Central Secretariat to Jahangirpuri had to be detrained at Patel Chowk after traffic on the line was disrupted.
Summary: The Iranian government has detrained around 1,000 people in a bid to crackdown on oppositionC*
Explaining the common aversion to running in non-runners, Dyson feels that a lot of people don't get past the initial pain of beginning running from a detrained state.
We entrained the same night and next morning arrived at Le Cateau where we were hurriedly detrained, I know my boots were unlaced and my equipment hurriedly put on, and so I marched lugging along a 7lb tin of bully beef on my shoulder.
600 passengers were successfully detrained within 15 minutes to the platform at Boston Manor.