Examples of tram in a Sentence
Take the tram to the departure terminal.
Recent Examples of tram from the Web
There's a free ride down on the tram and amazing views of Inlet.
Before and after, enjoy the aerial trams and bike paths to scout open-air lookouts.
Among the tidbits a tram driver shared with his passengers on the drive in from the Del Mar parking lot early Saturday was that Chargers players would be signing autographs after three of the day’s races.
In response to a story on the number of electric Tuk Tuk trams in downtown Naperville doubling from two to four in 10 months: Great, as long as the drivers obey the laws of the road and driving!
Steel and concrete fade into sylvan trails that wind past lakes and waterfalls, all of it not too far from the cavernous and efficient airport, part of a renowned transport network of subways, buses, trams and ferries.
Siemens makes the ICE high-speed train as well as diesel and electric locomotives, city trams and signaling equipment.
The crew heads to Oslo, Norway, complete with establishing shots of fjords, the National Theater, the Scandic hotel, the trams, etc.
As any visitor to the Finnish capital can attest, Helsinki’s trams, subways, and buses are attractive, well maintained, efficient, and nearly always on time.
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Origin and Etymology of tram
First Known Use: circa 1517See Words from the same year
Definition of tram
First Known Use of tram
TRAM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tram for English Language Learners
: a vehicle that runs on a track or on rails and that is usually used to carry groups of people for a short distance
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