Definition of Trams

1. Noun. (plural of tram) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Trams

1. tram [v] - See also: tram

Lexicographical Neighbors of Trams

trampoliner
trampoliners
trampolines
trampolining
trampolinings
trampolinist
trampolinists
trampoose
trampoosed
trampooses
trampoosing
tramps
trampy
tramroad
tramroads
trams (current term)
tramstop
tramstops
tramway
tramways
tranation
trance
trance coma
trance music
tranced
trancelike
trances
trancester
trancesters
trancework

Literary usage of Trams

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Electric Traction by Robert Henry Smith (1905)
"Capital and Running Costs of Conduit trams in London—28. Map of London trams—29. Surface Contact trams—30. Comparison of Advantages and Disadvantages of ..."

2. The Colliery Manager's Handbook: A Comprehensive Treatise on the Laying-out by Caleb Pamely (1898)
"Arrangement of Pit Bottom for Small and Large trams—Shaft Gates—Conductors—Bunions ... Where small trams are to be used the space round about the shaft ..."

3. Argentine Plains and Andine Glaciers: Life on an Estancia, and an Expedition by Walter Larden (1911)
"Now, in 1908, all the streets were beautifully smooth—asphalt or wood, or both ; I forget now— and electric trams of the overhead system ran along ..."

4. Electricity in Mining by Sydney Ferris Walker (1907)
"the power required for an endless rope haulage system, it is first necessary to find the total weight of the largest number of trams which are on the road ..."

5. Venezuela by Leonard Victor Dalton (1912)
"... Calvario— El Paraiso—" La India"—Water-supply—trams and telephones —Lighting—Industries—The Guaire Valley—Coffee—Miranda ..."

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