n.铁路 vt.<美> 由铁道运输
名词:railroader 动词过去式:railroaded 过去分词:railroaded 现在分词:railroading 第三人称单数:railroads
n (US) railway 铁路. v (phr v) railroad sb into (doing) sth (infml 口) force sb to do sth 强迫某人做某事
*I won't be railroaded into buying a car I don't want! 谁也不能强迫我购买我根本不想要的汽车! railroad sth through (sth) (infml 口) get sth passed, accepted, etc quickly by applying pressure 施加压力促使某事物迅速通过、获准等
*railroad a bill through Congress 强使法案在国会中迅速通过.
The Allegany Central Railroad inaugurated a steam excursion railroad between Cumberland and Frostburg, Maryland, in 1989. Two Pacific class steam locomotives, numbers 1238 and 1286 were used, and for a short time, ran double-headed.
1. They are laying a railroad track. 他们正在铺设一条铁路轨道。
2. Today people from the neighborhood, which is made up mostly of expensive one-family homes with the exception of the two apartment houses near the railroad station, find it difficult to explain why they didn't call the police. 该住宅区的居民多住在豪华的独门独户别墅，只有火车站附近有两幢公寓楼。他们都感到很难解释自己当初为何没有报警。
3. The main causes of recent delays have been linking two very different railroad systems. 近来工期拖延的主要原因，是要将两条不同的铁路系统连接起来。
4. After repairs, the railroad is functional again. 经过修理后铁路又开通了。
5. A new railroad has been recently built here. 这里最近铺设了一条新铁路。
6. Actually, he lived a mile, or 20 minutes' walk, from his nearest neighbor; half a mile from the railroad; three hundred yards from a busy road. 实际上，他最近的邻居离他只有一英里，走路也就20分钟；铁路离他半英里；交通繁忙的大路距他300码。
7. She parked her car in a lot next to the local railroad station, locked the door, and started to walk the 100 feet to the entrance of her apartment. 她把车停在当地火车站隔壁的停车场，锁上车门，然后开始向100英尺外自己所住公寓大楼的入口走去。
8. Our first stop (after parking our cars near the railroad tracks) was in the bargain store of a local charity, where we politely asked access to a bathroom and were refused. 我们 (把汽车停在火车轨道附近以后)的第一个停留地点是一家本地慈善团体经营的廉价商店，在店里我们彬彬有礼地请求使用洗手间，但却被一口回绝。
9. In March, an unexploded bomb was found on the railroad tracks between London and the Chunnel. 3月份，伦敦和隧道间的铁轨上发现了一颗尚未爆炸的炸弹。