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İngilizce - Türkçe

Kuzey Amerika'da neden bu kadar az tramvay var? - Why are there so few tramways in North America?

Bu tramvay, şehir merkezini tren istasyonuna bağlar. - This tramway connects the city centre with the railway station.

dekovil rayı
maden ocaklannda hat
{i} tramvay hattı
dekovil hattı
tramway car
tramvay aracı
electric tramway
çıngılı tramvay
electric tramway
elektrikli tramvay
aerial tramway
havai tramvay
İngilizce - İngilizce
the track on which a tram (streetcar) runs
the system of cables that supports a cable car
A street railway or interurban railway for local traffic, on which cable cars, or trolley cars, etc
A railway laid in the streets of a town or city, on which cars for passengers or for freight are drawn by horses; a horse railroad
Same as Tramroad
(APTA)--Another name for "Light Rail Vehicle "
Another name for "light rail "
An aerial device that transports ore cars to the top of a dump, where waste rock is then disposed of
A tramway is a set of rails laid in the surface of a road for trams to travel along
a conveyance that transports passengers or freight in carriers suspended from cables and supported by a series of towers
or Tram Rails A railway for tram-carts or waggons, originally made of wooden rails Iron rails were first laid down in 1738, but apparently were called “dram-roads” (Greek, dram-ein, to run) We are told there were waggons called drams (or trams) Benjamin Outram, in 1800, used stone rails at Little Eaton, Derbyshire; but the similarity between tram and Outram is a mere coincidence Perhaps he was the cause of the word dram being changed to tram, but even this is doubtful (See Rees' Cyclopaedia ) “Trams are a kind of sledge on which coals are brought from the place where they are hewn to the shaft A tram has four wheels, but a sledge is without wheels ”- Brand: History of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, vcl ii p 681 n (1789)
are used, in distinction from an extended railway line for trains drawn by steam or electric locomotives
the track on which trams or streetcars run
{i} small railway track in a mine (used to convey freight); cables for a cable car; route or system of streetcars (British)
plural of tramway