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en·train 1

 (ĕn-trān′)
tr.v. en·trained, en·train·ing, en·trains
1. To pull or draw along after itself.
2. Chemistry To carry (suspended particles, for example) along in a current or into the vapor phase.

[French entrainer, from Old French : en-, in; see en-1 + trainer, to drag; see train.]

en·train′er n.
en·train′ment n.

en·train 2

 (ĕn-trān′)
v. en·trained, en·train·ing, en·trains
v.intr.
To go aboard a train.
v.tr.
To put aboard a train.

entrain

(ɪnˈtreɪn)
vb
(Railways) to board or put aboard a train
enˈtrainment n

entrain

(ɪnˈtreɪn)
vb (tr)
1. (Chemistry) (of a liquid or gas) to carry along (drops of liquid, bubbles, etc), as in certain distillations
2. (Civil Engineering) to disperse (air bubbles) through concrete in order to increase its resistance to frost
3. (Zoology) zoology to adjust (an internal rhythm of an organism) so that it synchronizes with an external cycle, such as that of light and dark
enˈtrainment n

en•train1

(ɛnˈtreɪn)

v.i.
1. to go aboard a train.
v.t.
2. to put aboard a train.
[1880–85]
en•train′er, n.

en•train2

(ɛnˈtreɪn)

v.t.
1. (of a substance, as a vapor) to carry along (a dissimilar substance, as drops of liquid) during a given process, as evaporation or distillation.
2. (of a liquid) to trap (bubbles).
[1560–70; < Middle French entrainer=en- en-1 + trainer to drag, trail; see train]
en•train′ment, n.

entrain


Past participle: entrained
Gerund: entraining

Imperative
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entrain
Present
I entrain
you entrain
he/she/it entrains
we entrain
you entrain
they entrain
Preterite
I entrained
you entrained
he/she/it entrained
we entrained
you entrained
they entrained
Present Continuous
I am entraining
you are entraining
he/she/it is entraining
we are entraining
you are entraining
they are entraining
Present Perfect
I have entrained
you have entrained
he/she/it has entrained
we have entrained
you have entrained
they have entrained
Past Continuous
I was entraining
you were entraining
he/she/it was entraining
we were entraining
you were entraining
they were entraining
Past Perfect
I had entrained
you had entrained
he/she/it had entrained
we had entrained
you had entrained
they had entrained
Future
I will entrain
you will entrain
he/she/it will entrain
we will entrain
you will entrain
they will entrain
Future Perfect
I will have entrained
you will have entrained
he/she/it will have entrained
we will have entrained
you will have entrained
they will have entrained
Future Continuous
I will be entraining
you will be entraining
he/she/it will be entraining
we will be entraining
you will be entraining
they will be entraining
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been entraining
you have been entraining
he/she/it has been entraining
we have been entraining
you have been entraining
they have been entraining
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been entraining
you will have been entraining
he/she/it will have been entraining
we will have been entraining
you will have been entraining
they will have been entraining
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been entraining
you had been entraining
he/she/it had been entraining
we had been entraining
you had been entraining
they had been entraining
Conditional
I would entrain
you would entrain
he/she/it would entrain
we would entrain
you would entrain
they would entrain
Past Conditional
I would have entrained
you would have entrained
he/she/it would have entrained
we would have entrained
you would have entrained
they would have entrained
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.entrain - board a train
board, get on - get on board of (trains, buses, ships, aircraft, etc.)
Translations

entrain

[ɪnˈtreɪn] VI (esp Mil) → tomar el tren (for a)

entrain

vt troops(in Eisenbahnwaggons) verladen
vi(in den Zug) einsteigen
References in classic literature ?
Our orders are to entrain at Umballa for the Front tomorrow.'
'What is thatt?' said Kim, for 'front' and 'entrain' were newish words to him.
It was on the last night before the regiment entrained to the front.
On 30th November the battalion received urgent orders to entrain at Savy for Tincourt.
Le porte parole estime que l'individu etait entrain de distribuer des sommes d'argent aux manifestants dans la region.
"La semaine derniere les elements de la police remarquant une poursuite contre un individu par deux autres personnes en direction du siege de la Surete ont decouvert que le premier etait entrain de voler les planches des bancs de jardins publics au niveau d'un quartier du centre ville", precise le communique.
Forger is the senior author of a new study that analysed the sleep habits of more than 5,000 users of a mobile phone app known as ENTRAIN.
The zeitgeber for circadian rhythms is the light-dark cycle (e.g., Forward et al., 1982; Ziegler and Forward, 2005, 2006), while tidal cycles in salinity (Forward et al., 1986) and hydrostatic pressure (Forward and Bourla, 2008) can entrain circatidal rhythms.
Tunisie Telecom informe ses clients Mobile que des numeros internationaux emanant de l'indicatif + 37 ou 0037 sont entrain de lancer des appels en absence et d'envoyer des SMS demandant au client de le rappeler afin de participer a un jeu qui lui permettra de gagner des sommes importantes d'argent.
Daniel Forger, a mathematical biologist at the University of Michigan, told Scientific American that the solution was actually simpler than they expected: "We thought the answer would be extremely complicated: At 3:40, you need to get this much light, and at this time, you need to get this much." Another student, Olivia Walch, then synthesised these results into an app known as "Entrain" which has red eyed passengers sleeping properly within two days and fully recovered in four.
In addition, in order to ensure the resistance of freezing-thawing action, it is necessary to entrain a certain amount of air in the concrete.
According to the scientists, it takes tumbling cells only half as long as undisturbed cells to entrain to the new schedule.