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railroad

US [ˈreɪlˌroʊd]
UK [ˈreɪlˌrəʊd]
  • n.铁路;铁道;铁路公司;铁路系统
  • v.迫使…仓促行事;强迫…做;强使(决定、法律等)草率通过;轻率判处
  • Web铁轨;用铁路运送图片;铁路--铁路
Plural Form:railroads  Present Participle:railroading  Past Tense:railroaded  
Railroad
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n.
1.
铁路;铁道a track with rails on which trains run
railroad tracks
铁路轨道
2.
铁路系统;铁路公司;铁道部门a system of tracks, together with the trains that run on them, and the organization and people needed to operate them
This town got a lot bigger when the railroad came in the 1860s.
自从 19 世纪 60 年代通了火车之后,这座城镇变大了许多。
v.
1.
~ sb (into sth/into doing sth)
迫使…仓促行事;强迫…做to force sb to do sth before they have had enough time to decide whether or not they want to do it
2.
~ sth (through/through sth)
强使(决定、法律等)草率通过to make a group of people accept a decision, law, etc. quickly by putting pressure on them
The bill was railroaded through the House.
议院不得已草率通过了这项提案。
3.
~ sb
轻率判处to decide that sb is guilty of a crime, without giving them a fair trial

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