entrain[ en-treyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF entrain
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENTRAIN
In reply to this the Russians were ordered to at once entrain.
The frills are now all over and it is get ready to entrain and cross over to France.
Eventually, on the 8th, orders were received to entrain the next day.
"Let them entrain with our boys, sir," suggested the kindly Anzac major.
He found to his disappointment that only by returning to Madras could he entrain for Beypore.
Our heavy baggage had arrived from Sokode, and all was ready to entrain.
The bugle calls us to entrain, and the doors are thrown open.
And the next day the Division began to entrain for Bordeaux.
Nobody came to the hotel to inform them when the unit was to entrain.
That night they had to march seven miles to entrain for the railroad nearest to Ypres.