railroad translation | English-French dictionary

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railroad

  
      n     (US)  
   (=track)   voie    f   ferrée  
→ The railroad finally reached Santa Barbara in 1877.        
   (=company)   compagnie    f   ferroviaire  
→ ... The Chicago and Northwestern Railroad.        
      modif     (US)  
[company, industry]  
ferroviaire  
[strike]  
des chemins de fer  
[network]  
ferré (e)  , ferroviaire  
    railroad track  
    railroad car  
    railroad line  
    railroad station  
      vt  
to railroad sb into doing sth      forcer la main à qn pour qu'il fasse qch  
→ He more or less railroaded the rest of Europe into recognising the new `independent' states ...        
to railroad sth through        [+bill, reform]   faire passer qch en force  
→ He railroaded the reforms through.        
to railroad sth through sth      faire adopter qch en force par qch  
→ he railroaded the bill through Congress        


railroad car  
      n     (US)   wagon    m  , voiture    f     
railroad line  
      n     (US)   ligne    f   de chemin de fer  
railroad station  
      n     (US)   gare    f     
railroad track  
      n     (US)   voie    f   ferrée  
→ alongside the railroad track        
→ railroad tracks that led to nowhere        
Translation English - French Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
n.
chemin de fer
[Bus.]
v.
expédier par rail
[Bus.]
n.
grève des chemins de fer
n.
cheminot
[Bus.]
n.
gare de chemin de fer
n.
transport ferroviaire
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'railroad' also found in translations in French-English dictionary
nf.
railroad
adj.
railroad
exp.
the railroad
n.
railroad link
n.
railroad bridge
n.
railroad company
[Bus.]
n.
railroad workers
n.
railroad company
nmpl.
railroad workers
n.
railroad network
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