Synonyms of 'train'
in the sense of following
a group of supporters or enthusiasts
Rugby League enjoys a huge following.
in the sense of guide
to influence (a person) in his or her actions or opinions
He should have let his instinct guide him.
in the sense of learn
to gain by experience, example, or practice
Their children were going to learn English.
in the sense of level
to aim (a weapon) horizontally
She levelled her gaze on the summit.
in the sense of make ready
I'll have a room made ready for him.
do the necessary
in the sense of order
an arrangement of things in succession
List the key headings and sort them in a logical order.
in the sense of point
to direct or face in a specific direction
A man pointed a gun at them and pulled the trigger.
in the sense of practise
to do regularly
practising for a gym display
in the sense of prepare
giving the players a chance to prepare for the match
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Thesaurus for train from the Collins English Thesaurus