a passenger-carrying railway vehicle consisting of a single coach with its own power unit
/ˈreɪlˌkɑːd/ noun 1. (Brit) an identity card that young people or pensioners in Britain can buy, which allows them to buy train tickets more cheaply
noun, Railroads. 1. a car equipped with special instruments and used to locate defects in rails.
[reyl] /reɪl/ noun 1. a bar of wood or metal fixed horizontally for any of various purposes, as for a support, barrier, fence, or . 2. a fence; . 3. one of two fences marking the inside and outside boundaries of a racetrack. 4. one of a pair of steel bars that provide the running […]
[reyl] /reɪl/ verb (used without object) 1. to utter bitter complaint or vehement denunciation (often followed by at or against): to rail at fate. verb (used with object) 2. to bring, force, etc., by railing. /reɪl/ noun 1. a horizontal bar of wood, metal, etc, supported by vertical posts, functioning as a fence, barrier, handrail, […]