Hovertrain



[huhv-er-treyn, hov-] /ˈhʌv ərˌtreɪn, ˈhɒv-/

noun
1.
an experimental high-speed British that rides on a cushion of air and is propelled by a linear motor.
2.
(lowercase) .
[air-uh-treyn] /ˈɛər əˌtreɪn/
noun
1.
an experimental high-speed that rides on a cushion of air over a concrete guide track in the shape of an inverted T and is propelled by one or more propellers or jet engines.
/ˈhɒvəˌtreɪn/
noun
1.
a train that moves over a concrete track and is supported while in motion by a cushion of air supplied by powerful fans

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