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tram

  
[1]  
      n  
1      (Also called)    tramcar   an electrically driven public transport vehicle that runs on rails let into the surface of the road, power usually being taken from an overhead wire,   (U.S. and Canadian names)    streetcar, trolley car  
2    a small vehicle on rails for carrying loads in a mine; tub  
     (C16 (in the sense: shaft of a cart): probably from Low German traam beam; compare Old Norse thrömr, Middle Dutch traem beam, tooth of a rake)  
  tramless      adj  
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tram   [2]  
      n  
1      (Machinery)   a fine adjustment that ensures correct function or alignment  
      vb   , trams, tramming, trammed  
2    tr   to adjust (a mechanism) to a fine degree of accuracy  
     (C19: short for trammel)  

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trammel  
      n  
1    often pl   a hindrance to free action or movement  
2      (Also called)    trammel net   a fishing net in three sections, the two outer nets having a large mesh and the middle one a fine mesh  
3    Rare   a fowling net  
4      (U.S.)   a fetter or shackle, esp. one used in teaching a horse to amble  
5    a device for drawing ellipses consisting of a flat sheet of metal, plastic, or wood having a cruciform slot in which run two pegs attached to a beam. The free end of the beam describes an ellipse  
6    sometimes pl      another name for       beam compass  
7      (Also called)    tram          a gauge for setting up machines correctly  
8    a device set in a fireplace to support cooking pots  
      vb   , -els, -elling, -elled  
     (U.S.)   , -els, -eling, -eled   tr  
9    to hinder or restrain  
10    to catch or ensnare  
11    to produce an accurate setting of (a machine adjustment), as with a trammel  
     (C14: from Old French tramail three-mesh net, from Late Latin tremaculum, from Latin tres three + macula hole, mesh in a net)  
  trammeller     (U.S.)  
  trammeler      n  


bush tram  
      n     (N.Z.)   a railway line in the bush to facilitate the entry of workers and the removal of timber  
tram   [1]  
      n  
1      (Also called)    tramcar   an electrically driven public transport vehicle that runs on rails let into the surface of the road, power usually being taken from an overhead wire,   (U.S. and Canadian names)    streetcar, trolley car  
2    a small vehicle on rails for carrying loads in a mine; tub  
     (C16 (in the sense: shaft of a cart): probably from Low German traam beam; compare Old Norse thrömr, Middle Dutch traem beam, tooth of a rake)  
  tramless      adj  
tram   [2]  
      n  
1      (Machinery)   a fine adjustment that ensures correct function or alignment  
      vb   , trams, tramming, trammed  
2    tr   to adjust (a mechanism) to a fine degree of accuracy  
     (C19: short for trammel)  
tram   [3]  
      n   (in weaving) a weft yarn of two or more twisted strands of silk  
     (C17: from French trame, from Latin trama; related to Latin trans across, trames footpath)  

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tub  
      n  
1    a low wide open container, typically round, originally one made of wood and used esp. for washing: now made of wood, plastic, metal, etc., and used in a variety of domestic and industrial situations  
2    a small plastic or cardboard container of similar shape for ice cream, margarine, etc.  
3      (Also called)    bathtub      another word (esp. U.S. and Canadian) for       bath   1       1  
4      (Also called)    tubful   the amount a tub will hold  
5    a clumsy slow boat or ship  
6    Informal   (in rowing) a heavy wide boat used for training novice oarsmen  
7      (Also called)    tram, hutch         
a    a small vehicle on rails for carrying loads in a mine  
b    a container for lifting coal or ore up a mine shaft; skip  
      vb   , tubs, tubbing, tubbed  
8      (Brit)  
informal   to wash (oneself or another) in a tub  
9    tr   to keep or put in a tub  
     (C14: from Middle Dutch tubbe)  
  tubbable      adj  
  tubber      n  


bush tram  
      n     (N.Z.)   a railway line in the bush to facilitate the entry of workers and the removal of timber  
tram   [1]  
      n  
1      (Also called)    tramcar   an electrically driven public transport vehicle that runs on rails let into the surface of the road, power usually being taken from an overhead wire,   (U.S. and Canadian names)    streetcar, trolley car  
2    a small vehicle on rails for carrying loads in a mine; tub  
     (C16 (in the sense: shaft of a cart): probably from Low German traam beam; compare Old Norse thrömr, Middle Dutch traem beam, tooth of a rake)  
  tramless      adj  
tram   [2]  
      n  
1      (Machinery)   a fine adjustment that ensures correct function or alignment  
      vb   , trams, tramming, trammed  
2    tr   to adjust (a mechanism) to a fine degree of accuracy  
     (C19: short for trammel)  
tram   [3]  
      n   (in weaving) a weft yarn of two or more twisted strands of silk  
     (C17: from French trame, from Latin trama; related to Latin trans across, trames footpath)  

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tram   [3]  
      n   (in weaving) a weft yarn of two or more twisted strands of silk  
     (C17: from French trame, from Latin trama; related to Latin trans across, trames footpath)  

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Consulte también:

bush tram, tramp, tam, trauma

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n.
replacement of a rail transport service (tram, subway, train) with a bus
[Neologism] from "bus" and "substitution"

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