tren = train masculine noun


masculine noun
masculine noun

English Translation of TREN

: train
: set, assembly
tren de aterrizajelanding gear
tren motrizdrive train
: speed, pace
a todo trenat top speed

Examples of TREN

cambiar de tren to change trains
subirse a or tomar or coger un tren to catch a train
ir en tren to go by train
tiene miedo de que la deje el tren she's scared of being left on the shelf
tenemos libros para parar un tren we've got books coming out of our ears (familiar)
recibimos cartas para parar un tren we got more letters than you could possibly imagine
perdimos el tren de la revolución científica when it came to the scientific revolution, we missed the boat
este país no puede perder una vez más el tren del cambio this country mustn't get left behind on the road to change
no han sabido subirse al tren de la reconversión económica they failed to take the road to economic restructuring
no era de esos que se empeñaban en subirse al tren de la unión europea he was not one of those determined to jump on or climb on the European bandwagon
ir a buen tren to go at a good speed
forzar el tren to force the pace
a fuerte tren fast
no pudo sostener ese tren de vida he could not keep up that lifestyle
en tren de in the process of
estamos en tren de realizarlo we are in the process of doing it
estar en tren de recuperación to be on the road to recovery

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