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She has an American accent.

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treɪn Listen
  • teach (a person or animal) a particular skill or type of behaviour through practice and instruction over a period of time.
    E.g. the scheme trains people for promotion
  • point or aim something, typically a gun or camera, at.
    E.g. the detective trained his gun on the side door
  • go by train.
    E.g. Charles trained to London with Emma
  • entice (someone).
  • a series of connected railway carriages or wagons moved by a locomotive or by integral motors.
    E.g. a freight train
  • a number of vehicles or pack animals moving in a line.
    E.g. a camel train
  • a long piece of material attached to the back of a formal dress or robe that trails along the ground.
    E.g. the bride wore a cream silk dress with a train
  • a trail of gunpowder for firing an explosive charge.

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