noun \ˈtram\

: a vehicle that runs on a track or on rails and that is usually used to carry groups of people for a short distance

Full Definition of TRAM

:  any of various vehicles: as
a :  a boxlike wagon running on rails (as in a mine)
b chiefly British :  streetcar
c :  a carrier that travels on an overhead cable or rails
plural chiefly British :  a streetcar line

Examples of TRAM

  1. Take the tram to the departure terminal.

Origin of TRAM

English dialect, shaft of a wheelbarrow, probably from Low German traam, literally, beam
First Known Use: circa 1517


transitive verb

Definition of TRAM

:  to haul in a tram or over a tramway

First Known Use of TRAM



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