Translation of tram in Spanish:

tram

tranvía, n.

Pronunciation: /træm//tram/

noun

  • 1British

    Transport
    tranvía masculine
    • The horse-drawn trams covered the distance in forty five minutes, and the faster steam trams took twenty five minutes.
    • Locals use strips of tickets which they stamp on board the tram.
    • Preston could have a tram network within a decade, according to council chiefs.
    • The first step will be the upgrade of the existing line and purchase of new trams.
    • London Mayor Ken Livingstone recently gave a provisional thumbs-up to a tram link extension to Crystal Palace.
    • A covered walkway will link the bus waiting area and tram stop platform.
    • The collision happened as the tracks cross yards from the tram stop.
    • All of which means the resort might as well build a new tram.
    • (I caught a tram to work this morning and it only took 20 minutes!
    • The developments will allow drivers to park their cars and to board trams.
    • She pointed out that at present it takes only 20 minutes to get to Manchester by train from Rochdale, but would take longer by tram.
    • The 16-year-old girl boarded the tram in Manchester and travelled to Bury.
    • She was born in 1899 when horse-drawn trams still trundled through the streets of Southampton.
    • Bus tickets, tram passes, shopping lists, bits of paper - just like mine!
    • He said: ‘Extending the tram network is something we support in principle.’
    • Towns and cities considering tram schemes yesterday attacked Government indecision and demanded clear guidelines on what Ministers were prepared to pay for.
    • Electric trams and buses and a new underground system would be the envy of many western cities.
    • Eight new trams are also to be brought onto the network as well as improvements for the disabled.
    • But we're also seeing lots more shoppers using the bus, tram and train as a convenient and welcome way of coming into our town.
    • There are about 42 million trips a year on the existing tram network.
    • Paddy who was a former miner was delighted with the birthday cake, in the shape of an old tram full of coal.
    • The tram was built to carry coal from the immediately adjacent coal mine to a row of beehive coking ovens and thence to the smelter furnaces.
    • The stone was placed on a small cart or flat tram and rolled under the frame and locked in place.
    • We were then issued rubber boots and hard hats and were taken several thousand feet into the mine, where we got off the tram to look at one of the orebodies.
  • 2

    (in mine)
    vagoneta feminine