Traducción de trainload en Español:


Pronunciación /ˈtreɪnloʊd//ˈtreɪnləʊd/


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    trainloads of coal trenes cargados de carbón masculino
    • tourists arrived by the trainload llegaban trenes llenos de turistas
    • So three trainloads of people had to catch one which was half its normal capacity.
    • Several told the story of a trainload of people that was hit and destroyed by Israeli shells in July 1967.
    • When, under international pressure, the Hungarian regime stopped the deportations he circumvented its orders and dispatched a last trainload to the gas chambers.
    • This gentleman sent Jack with trainloads of Yankees to the valley down around Brownsville to sell them the Promised Land.
    • We took in trainloads of children, but their parents had to convince British officials in Vienna that they had a job waiting for them.
    • In one 19-day artillery bombardment they used 321 trainloads of shells-one year's production for 55,000 workers.
    • But it was another 50 years before the exodus of eight trainloads of Jewish children from Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia through Hitler's Germany to Britain was discovered.
    • That included the SS, who held trainloads of loot stolen from churches, banks, stately homes, museums and castles from around Europe.
    • Others include the trainload of silent American GIs who sat in their jeeps with the engines running for warmth as they were transported as freight during the Second World War.
    • Even if this growth turns flat, many of the 12 towns will be ahead of plenty of other places that are losing jobs by the trainload.
    • These unfortunate people were forced to leave their homes and dumped in the remotest parts of Poland by trainloads promising home, help and amenities.
    • By contrast, there is nothing a trainload of deportees arriving at a Polish camp might have known.
    • The townspeople served 6 million troops, and there were often up to 32 trainloads of soldiers a day.
    • That night the cabinet rounded up the strike leaders and flooded Glasgow with tanks and trainloads of troops to break the strike.
    • And remember, they're talking about hauling 100,000 truckloads, and over 20,000 trainloads of this stuff.
    • Adjustments were made quickly, and within a month, the first trainload of 400 patients arrived.
    • She said the site was next door to residential property and although the present plans were for one train a day, there was the potential for three trainloads a day.
    • A second engine had to be brought to the scene to take the trainload of passengers on to their final destination.