a public vehicle running regularly along certain streets, usually on rails, as a trolley car or trolley bus.
(US & Canadian) an electrically driven public transport vehicle that runs on rails let into the surface of the road, power usually being taken from an overhead wire Also called trolley car, (esp Brit) tram, tramcar
noun 1. a play (1947) by Tennessee Williams.
noun 1. a certificate showing ownership of a specified number of shares of stock: endorsed by the owner and guaranteed by a broker, it may be traded without formal transfer on the books of the corporation issuing the stock.
noun 1. (especially in the 1960s) a Christian whose religious life centers more in social or communal groups than in institutional churches.
noun 1. a sanitation worker who cleans streets or sidewalks.