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İngilizce - Türkçe
dar hat rail. narrow-gauge
railroad car
Vagon
railroad vehicle
Vagon
underground railroad
yeraltı demiryolu
electric railroad
çıngılı demiryolu
electric railroad
elektrikli demiryolu
high level railroad
yükseltilmiş demiryolu
railroad
meclisten bir yasayı/josparı süratle geçirmek
railroad
demiryolu

Demiryolu işçileri yarın greve gidiyorlar. - The railroad workers are going on walkout tomorrow.

Bir demiryolu kazasında öldü. - He was killed in a railroad accident.

railroad
aceleye getirip -tirmek
railroad ballast
kırmataş
railroad ballast
demiryolu balastı
railroad bed
demiryolu yatağı
railroad bill of lading
demiryolu konşimentosu
railroad car
demiryolu aracı
railroad engineer
demiryolu mühendisi
railroad line
demiryolu hattı
railroad man
demiryolcu
railroad station
tren istasyonu
railroad terminal
tren garı
railroad ticket
tren bileti
railroad track
ray
railroad train
tren

Bazı yeni demiryolu trenleri çok hızlı gider. - Some new railroad trains go very fast.

railroad tunnel
demiryolu tüneli
elevated railroad
Bir yol üzerindeki köprüden geçen (yükseltilmiş) demiryolu
plural of , railroad
in, demiryolu çoğul
railroad ballast
demiryolu balasti, kirmatas
railroad car
demiryolu araç
railroad crossing
demiryolu geçişi
railroad crossing
Demiryolu geçidi
railroad crossing
demir yolu geçidi
railroad crossing with gates
demiryolu kapıları ile geçiş
railroad sleeper
Demiryolu traversi
railroad ticket
demiryolu bileti
railroad tie
demiryolu kravat
railroad tie
Demiryolu traversi
Federal Railroad Administration (DOT)
(Askeri) Federal Demiryolu İdaresi (DOT)
army railroad repair shop
(Askeri) ASKERİ DEMİRYOLU TAMİRHANESİ: Kara kuvvetlerinin mülkiyeti altında bulunan demiryolu malzemesinin, ulaştırma bakanlığı talimatı dahilinde, ana bakımlarının yapıldığı yer
elevated railroad
yol üzerindeki köprüden geçen demiryolu
land grant railroad
(Askeri) ARAZİSİ BAĞIŞLANMIŞ DEMİRYOLU: Hükümetçe yapılmış arazi bağışları ile inşa edilen demiryolu. Bu yardıma karşılık olarak, Demiryolları İdaresi de, hükümete ait nakliyatta indirimli tarife uygular
military railroad
(Askeri) askeri demir yolu
military railroad
(Askeri) ASKERİ DEMİRYOLU: bkz: "military railway"
narrow gauge railroad
dekovil
railroad
{f} mecbur etmek
railroad
aceleye getir/yolla
railroad
dili ivedilikle geçirmek narrowgauge railroad dekovil hattı
railroad
{i} tren yolu
railroad
demiryol

O zaman Japonya'da demiryolları yoktu. - There were no railroads in Japan at that time.

Demiryolu istasyonu nerede? - Where is the railroad station?

railroad
{f} demiryolu ile taşımak
railroad
{f} meclisten hızla geçirmek
railroad
railway i
railroad
{f} zorlamak
railroad artillery
(Askeri) DEMİRYOLU TOPÇUSU: Bak. "railway artillery"
railroad ground storage yard
(Askeri) DEMİRYOLU AÇIK DEPOLAMA SAHASI: Bir demiryolu nakliye müteahhidi tarafından işletilen ve denizaşırı bölgelere gönderilmekte olan transit yükün, vagonlar içinde veya açıkta depolanmasına yarayan bir depolama tesisi
railroad into doing
mecbur etmek
railroad into doing
zorlamak
railroad running gear
(Askeri) ŞASİ VE DİNGİL TAKIMLARI: Bir demiryolu vagonunun gövdesi altındaki tekerlekler, dingiller tren düzeni ve bunlarla ilgili diğer tertibat
railroad system
demiryolu şebekesi
railroad transportation officer
(Askeri) DEMİRYOLU HAREKET KONTROL SUBAYI: Bir indirme istasyonunda demiryolu araçlarının hareket, boşaltma ve geri gönderilmesinde, istasyon ulaştırma kısmı komutanına yardım eden askeri şahıs. Buna (railway transportation officer) da denir
railroad yard
(Askeri) DEMİRYOLU GARAJ SAHASI: Demiryolu vagonlarının geçici olarak depolanmasına ayrılan saha dahilindeki ray sistemi
İngilizce - İngilizce

(railroad) teriminin İngilizce İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

Underground Railroad
The Pre-American Civil War anti-slavery resistance movement dedicated to assisting escaped slaves in reaching safe territory
railroad
To transport via railroad
railroad
A single, privately or publicly owned property comprising one or more such roads and usually associated assets

Railroads can only compete fully if their tracks are techically compatible with and linked to each-other.

railroad
To work for a railroad
railroad
To operate a railroad

The Thatcherite experiment proved the private sector can railroad as inefficiently as a state monopoly.

railroad
A permanent road consisting of fixed metal rails to drive trains or similar motorized vehicles on

Many railroads roughly follow the trace of older land - and/or water roads.

railroad
To manipulate and hasten a procedure, as of formal approval of a law or resolution

The majority railroaded the bill through parliament, without the customary expert studies which would delay it till after the elections.

railroad
To convict of a crime by circumventing due process

They could only convict him by railroading him on suspect drug-possession charges.

railroad
A procedure conducted or bullied in haste without due consideration

The lawyers made the procedure a railroad to get the signatures they needed.

railroad
To engage in a hobby pertaining to railroads
railroad
The transportation system comprising such roads and vehicles fitted to travel on the rails, usually with several vehicles connected together in a train
railroad
To procedurally bully someone into an unfair agreement

He was railroaded into signing a non-disclosure agreement at his exit interview.

railroad car
Any railroad vehicle that is not a locomotive
railroad cars
plural form of railroad car
railroad crossing
An area on a road where a train crosses
railroad gun
a railway gun
railroad guns
plural form of railroad gun
railroad spike
The piece of metal that fixes a railway line to a sleeper
railroad station
A place where trains stop for passengers to embark and disembark
railroad stations
plural form of railroad station
railroad switch
A set of points
railroad switches
plural form of railroad switch
railroad tie
A heavy, preserved piece of hewn timber laid crossways to and supporting the rails of a railroad
railroad track
A pair of formed steel rails, separated and supported usually on wooden or concrete ties or sleepers, forming a track along which flange-wheeled railroad vehicles may travel
railroad tracks
The railroad network, used with the definite article (“the railroad tracks”)
railroad tracks
Plural of railroad track
railroad truck
A chassis or framework-like structure underneath a train to which wheel axles (and, hence, wheels) are attached through bearings
railroad car
A vehicle used for the carrying of cargo or passengers on a rail transport system
railroad vehicle
A vehicle used for the carrying of cargo or passengers on a rail transport system
elevated railroad
A railway that is powered by electricity and that runs on a track that is raised above the street level, elevated railway, elevated, el, overhead railway
railroad sleeper
A railroad tie/railway tie/crosstie (North America), or railway sleeper (Europe & Australia) is a rectangular support for the rails in railroad tracks. Generally laid perpendicular to the rails, ties transfer loads to the track ballast and subgrade, hold the rails upright, and keep them spaced to the correct gauge
railroad tie
A railroad tie/railway tie/crosstie (North America), or railway sleeper (Europe & Australia) is a rectangular support for the rails in railroad tracks. Generally laid perpendicular to the rails, ties transfer loads to the track ballast and subgrade, hold the rails upright, and keep them spaced to the correct gauge
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
First steam-operated railway in the U.S. to be chartered as a common carrier of freight and passengers (1827). The B&O was established by Baltimore merchants to foster trade with the West. By 1852 the railroad extended to Wheeling, Va. (now W.V.), and in the next two decades it reached Chicago, Ill., and St. Louis, Mo. The B&O's long-distance passenger trains were discontinued in 1971 after Amtrak was established. Many of B&O's operations were assumed by the CSX Corp. in 1980
Central Pacific Railroad
American railroad company that constructed the westernmost portion of the transcontinental railroad
Central Pacific Railroad
U.S. railroad company founded in 1861 by a group of California merchants including Mark Hopkins and Leland Stanford. It was built with land grants and subsidies from the Pacific Railway Act (1862); thousands of Chinese labourers were hired to build it. Its tracks joined with those of the Union Pacific on May 10, 1869, in Promontory, Utah, forming North America's first transcontinental railroad. From 1884 it was leased to the Southern Pacific Co., with which it merged in 1959
Erie Railroad Co
Former railroad running between New York City, Buffalo, and Chicago. Incorporated in 1832 and completed in 1851, the Erie became known as "the scarlet woman of Wall Street" in the mid-19th century, when it was the object of financial struggles between Daniel Drew, Jay Gould, James Fisk, and Cornelius Vanderbilt. Manipulations of its stock by Gould and Fisk became notorious. It went bankrupt four times, and in 1976 it was taken over by Conrail
Illinois Central Gulf Railroad Co
U.S. railroad formed by the merger of the Illinois Central Railroad Co. and the Gulf, Mobile, and Ohio Railroad Co. The Illinois Central was chartered in 1851, and its first line was built from Galena to Cairo, Ill. A spur line to Chicago was built as part of the acquisition of a federal land grant. It eventually absorbed more than 100 smaller railroads across the Midwest and south to the Gulf of Mexico. After merging with the Gulf, Mobile, and Ohio in 1972, the railroad operated in 13 states. In 1985 it sold its line extending from Chicago to Iowa and Nebraska. The IC ships freight and operates passenger trains for Amtrak. It was a subsidiary of IC Industries, Inc. (later Whitman Corp.), a holding company formed in 1962. The railroad was privatized in 1989 and merged with Canadian National Railway Co. (CN) in 1999
New York Central Railroad
Major U.S. railroad. It was founded in 1853 to consolidate 10 railroads that paralleled the Erie Canal between Albany and Buffalo, the oldest being the Mohawk and Hudson, New York state's first railway (established 1831). Cornelius Vanderbilt won control of the New York Central in 1867 and combined it with his New York and Hudson railroads running from Manhattan to Albany. The system grew until it had 10,000 mi (16,000 km) of track linking New York with Boston, Montreal, Chicago, and St. Louis. The New York Central began to decline after World War II, and in 1968 it merged with its chief competitor, the Pennsylvania Railroad Co., to form the Penn Central Transportation Co. The merger failed, and the railroad was forced into bankruptcy in 1970. Its passenger services were taken over by Amtrak in 1971, and its other railroad assets were transferred to Conrail in 1976
Pennsylvania Railroad Co
Former U.S. railroad. It was chartered in 1846 by the Pennsylvania legislature to build a line between Harrisburg and Pittsburgh, and its passenger service began two years later. By purchasing the Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago Railway in 1856, the company extended its service to Chicago. After the Civil War it expanded to St. Louis, Mo., and Cincinnati, Ohio, in the west and Norfolk, Va., in the south, with 10,000 mi (16,000 km) of track at its greatest extent. It began to lose money in the mid 20th century, and in 1968 it merged with its competitor, the New York Central, to form the Penn Central Transportation Co. Penn Central declared bankruptcy in 1970; its passenger service was taken over by Amtrak in 1971 and its assets by Conrail in 1976. See also J. Edgar Thomson
Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad Co. Atchison
Former railway. Chartered in Kansas in 1860 by Cyrus K. Holliday, the founder of Topeka, as the Atchison and Topeka Railroad Co., it was built along the Santa Fe Trail and became known as the Santa Fe Railway. Its main line, completed in 1872, extended to the Colorado state border. Further expansion west in the 1880s and early 1890s reached about 9,000 mi (14,500 km) of track. It reached its greatest extent in 1941, with more than 13,000 mi (21,000 km) of track, but gradually shrank thereafter. In 1971 its famously luxurious passenger service was sold to Amtrak. In the 1990s it merged with Burlington Northern to become Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway
Trans-Siberian Railroad
Longest single rail system in Russia, running from Moscow to Vladivostok, a distance of 5,778 mi (9,198 km). Conceived by Tsar Alexander III, its construction began in 1891 and proceeded simultaneously along its entire length, which traversed a section of Manchuria. It was completed in 1904, but the impending Japanese takeover of Manchuria compelled construction of a parallel section within Russian territory, completed in 1916. The railroad opened large areas of Siberia to settlement and industrialization by means of spur lines linking outlying areas with the main line. The complete trip takes about eight days
Trans-Siberian Railroad
railroad that crosses Siberia and connects Moscow to Vladivostok
Underground Railroad
secret system of escape routes used by slaves to reach the free states in the North (before the American Civil War)
Underground Railroad
a group of people in the US who illegally helped slaves to become free by helping them to escape to the northern US and Canada, in the period before the Civil War. One of its best-known members was Harriet Tubman. Secret system in northern U.S. states to help escaping slaves. Its name derived from the need for secrecy and the railway terms used in the conduct of the system. Various routes in 14 states, called lines, provided safe stopping places (stations) for the leaders (conductors) and their charges (packages) while fleeing north, sometimes to Canada. The system developed in defiance of the Fugitive Slave Acts and was active mainly from 1830 to 1860. An estimated 40,000 to 100,000 slaves used the network. Assistance was provided mainly by free blacks, including Harriet Tubman, and philanthropists, church leaders, and abolitionists. Its existence aroused support for the antislavery cause and convinced Southerners that the North would never allow slavery to remain unchallenged
cable railroad
cable railway, railway that runs on cables and that is suspended upon the cables
railroad
line that is the commercial organization responsible for operating a railway system
railroad
A wide split on which both pins are on the same line; e g , the 7-10, 8-10, 7-9, or 4-6
railroad
A wide open split with both pins on the same line (4-6, 7-9, 8-10, 7-10) (hole)
railroad
The railroad track itself
railroad
{f} transport via locomotive, convey by train
railroad
Every public use railroad, other than street railroads, operated to transport people or property for hire This definition also includes all bridges, ferries, tunnels, equipment, switches, spurs, tracks, stations, and terminal facilities of every kind that are used, operated, controlled, or owned by or in connection with any such public use railroad
railroad
transport by railroad
railroad
If you railroad someone into doing something, you make them do it although they do not really want to, by hurrying them and putting pressure on them. He more or less railroaded the rest of Europe into recognising the new `independent' states He railroaded the reforms through. to force or persuade someone do something without giving them enough time to think about it railroad sb into doing sth. Mode of land transportation in which flange-wheeled vehicles move over two parallel steel rails or tracks, drawn by a locomotive or propelled by self-contained motors. The earliest railroads were built in European mines in the 16th century, using cars pulled on tracks by men or horses. With the advent of the steam locomotive and construction of the first railway in 1825, the modern railroad developed quickly. The first U.S. railroad, the Baltimore and Ohio, began operation in 1827. Specialized railroad cars were built to transport freight and passengers, including the sleeping cars developed by George Pullman in 1859. In the 19th century the railroad had an important influence on every country's economic and social development. In the U.S. the transcontinental railroad, completed in 1869, began an era of railroad expansion and consolidation that involved such financial empire builders as Cornelius Vanderbilt, Jay Gould, Edward H. Harriman, James J. Hill, and Leland Stanford. The railroad's importance in the U.S. began to diminish from the early 20th century, but in Europe, Asia, and Africa it continues to provide vital transportation links within and between countries. See also Orient Express, Trans-Siberian Railroad. National Railroad Passenger Corp. Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad Co. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Central Pacific Railroad Erie Railroad Co. Illinois Central Gulf Railroad Co. New York Central Railroad Pennsylvania Railroad Co. Trans Siberian Railroad Underground Railroad
railroad
A transportation system consisting of metal rails and vehicles fitted to travel on the rails, usually with several vehicles connected together in a train
railroad
transport by railroad supply with railroad lines; "railroad the West
railroad
a line of track providing a runway for wheels; "he walked along the railroad track"
railroad
with all the lands, buildings, rolling stock, franchises, etc
railroad
A railroad is a route between two places along which trains travel on steel rails. railroad tracks that led to nowhere
railroad
A surface transportation system that operates on railroad tracks
railroad
pertaining to them and constituting one property; as, a certain railroad has been put into the hands of a receiver
railroad
to send or put through at high speed or in great haste; to hurry or rush unduly; as, to railroad a bill through Condress
railroad
A rapid summary process or procedure regarded as unfair or self-serving
railroad
A carrier of persons or property upon cars, other than streetcars, operated upon stationary rails
railroad
To carry or send by railroad; usually fig
railroad
{i} path for a train made of parallel metal tracks
railroad
The road, track, etc
railroad
supply with railroad lines; "railroad the West"
railroad
A road or way consisting of one or more parallel series of iron or steel rails, patterned and adjusted to be tracks for the wheels of vehicles, and suitably supported on a bed or substructure
railroad
compel by coercion, threats, or crude means; "They sandbagged him to make dinner for everyone"
railroad
All forms of non-highway ground transportation that run on rails or electro-magnetic guideways, including; 1) Commuter or other short-haul rail passenger service in a metropolitan or suburban area, and 2) High speed ground transportation systems that connect metropolitan areas, without regard to whether they use new technologies not associated with traditional railroads Such term does not include rapid transit operations within an urban area that are not connected to the general railroad system of transportation
railroad
A railroad is a company or organization that operates railway routes. The Chicago and Northwestern Railroad
railroad bed
a bed on which railroad track is laid
railroad car
car: a wheeled vehicle adapted to the rails of railroad; "three cars had jumped the rails"
railroad crossing
a level crossing
railroad flat
An apartment in which the rooms are connected in a line. Also called railroad apartment
railroad flat
an apartment whose rooms are all in a line with doors between them
railroad station
location where trains stop to load and unload passengers or cargo
railroad ticket
a ticket good for a ride on a railroad train
railroad tie
cement or wooden beam that is used as a base for railroad tracks
railroad track
a line of track providing a runway for wheels; "he walked along the railroad track
railroad track
railroad lines, locomotive tracks, steel tracks
railroad tunnel
a tunnel through which the railroad track runs
railroad vine
Prostrate perennial of coastal sand dunes Florida to Texas
underground railroad
abolitionists secret aid to escaping slaves; pre-Civil War in US
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