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Results for: railroad laborerTranslations 1 - 30 of 115
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railroad laborergandy dancer
(British) one who works on a railroadrailwayman
act of turning aside, act of diverting; bypass, device used to divert an electrical current (Electricity); railroad switch; channel created to divert bodily fluids away from a particular part of the body (Surgery), bypass for bodily fluid, change track...shunt
advance something, advise, assist somebody with activity, aid; rescue; ease, relieve; improve, fix; avoid, refrain; serve, wait on, assistance, aid; hired laborer, domestic servant; group of servants or workers; means of fixing or changing something, b...help
aim something, army followers, domesticate animal, entourage, instruct, coach, learn or teach skills, line of gunpowder, linked railroad cars, long moving line, make plant grow as wanted, mechanical series, prepare for sporting competition, produce imp...train
apparatus for smoking food, gathering of men, person or thing that smokes; smoking car, railroad car in which smoking is permitted; informal social gathering for men, railroad car designated for smoking, smoking compartment, somebody who smokessmoker
automobile; railroad car; elevator, chariot, passenger-carrying road vehicle, traveling compartment for people or things, vehicle on railscar
avenue, street, paved or packed surface designed for travel; path, way; roadstead, protected area for ships to anchor; railway, train track, course of action, hard track for use of vehicles, mine tunnel, railroadroad
baby carriage, charge for taking and delivering goods, coach, buggy; railroad car; transportation; mechanism that prepares the next sheet of paper before it is fed into a printer (Computers); pedestal of a cannon; walking, manner of carrying oneself; p...carriage
baggage porter at a railroad station; military police officerredcap
bar that connects one railroad car to another, tow bardrawbar
bar, bannister; bar used to hang objects; railroad track, denounce or complain bitterly, fence or railing, lay railroad tracks; send by train; construct a fence, long piece of wood or metal, put rail on or around something, see also:third rail, steel b...rail
base and pavement of a road; foundation and material on which a railroad track is built, foundation for roadroadbed
battlefield machine, driving force or energy source, machine for powering equipment, machine which supplies force and motion, motor; locomotive; part of a program which handles certain types of data (Computers), railroad locomotiveengine
bedroom, bills receivable, British Rail; railroad authority in BritainBR
body cavity, enclosed area at a rail car entrance, entrance hall, entrance hall just inside the front doors of a building; small cavity leading from one larger cavity or canal to another (Anatomy); closed passageway between two railroad cars, middle ca...vestibule
bridge over a valley, long bridge built over columned arches which carries a road or a railroad across a valley or a riverviaduct
building for buses, garage (where railroad cars, trolley cars, etc. are repaired and maintained)carbarn
building or running a railroad, construction of railroads, building of train tracks; operation of railroads, operation of train tracksrailroading
cable railroad car, car suspended from overhead cablecable car
cattle truck, kind of racing car, railroad car for livestockstock car
cause of diversion, distract somebody, move a train from the main track onto a parallel section of railroad track; divert, move away from the main issue, shunt a train, siding, section of railroad track that is connected to the main tracksidetrack
central area of cross-shaped church, intersection; place where a road or railroad tracks can be crossed; crossbreeding, hybridization, journey across water, point where routes cross, point where somebody can cross somethingcrossing
chair car, comfortable railroad passenger carparlor car
Channel Tunnel, "le tunnel sous la Manche", railroad tunnel that runs under the English Channel between France and EnglandChunnel
charge for using tracks, railroad tracks, railroad tracks; payment for use of railway, right to use trackstrackage
cheap small automobile, horse pulled carriage; railroad car; bus; athletic trainer; tutor, teacher, horse-drawn carriage, inexpensive travel category, long-distance bus, somebody who trains performer, somebody who trains sports players, train athlete, ...coach
condition of being an enslaved laborer, hard work, servitude, state of being a slave, bondage; hard work, drudgery, state of being dominated, system based on enslaved laborslavery
connector for railroad cars, coupling, device connecting keyboards, means of coupling things, one that joins; one that mates; one that attachescoupler
craftsman, man judged on working ability, worker, laborer, employee; craftsmanworkman
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