[huhv-er-treyn, hov-] /ˈhʌv ərˌtreɪn, ˈhɒv-/
an experimental high-speed British that rides on a cushion of air and is propelled by a linear motor.
[air-uh-treyn] /ˈɛər əˌtreɪn/
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.
a train that moves over a concrete track and is supported while in motion by a cushion of air supplied by powerful fans
[huhv-ee] /ˈhʌv i/ noun 1. Richard, 1864–1900, U.S. poet.
- HOV lane
noun 1. a highway or street lane for high-occupancy vehicles, usually marked with large diamond shapes on the pavement. noun High Occupancy Vehicle lane, a highway lane marked with painted diamonds which indicate that it is for multi-passenger vehicles, created to alleviate traffic congestion and improve air quality; also called diamond lane , heavy occupancy […]
[hou] /haʊ/ adverb 1. in what way or manner; by what means?: How did the accident happen? 2. to what extent, degree, etc.?: How damaged is the car? 3. in what state or condition?: How are you? 4. for what reason; why?: How can you talk such nonsense? 5. to what effect; with what meaning?: […]
- How about
What is your thought, feeling, or desire concerning. For example, How about a cup of tea? or How about joining us for lunch? It is also put as how about it, as in How about it? Do you want to come along? [ Mid-1800s ] Also see: what about