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Singular
Locomotive

Plural
Locomotives

Locomotive (plural Locomotives)
  1. Patrono:Railroading The power unit of a train which does not carry passengers or freight itself, but pulls the coaches or rail cars or wagons.
  2. (rare) A traction engine
  3. (slang) A cheer characterized by a slow beginning and a progressive increase in speed
  4. Patrono:Economics A country which drives the world economy by having a high level of imports. (i.e. The United States).

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Sometimes erroneously used as a synonym for train.

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Pertaining to movement from French locomotif (feminine locomotive), from Latin loco from a place (ablativus of locus place) + Vulgar Latin motivus moving (see motive)

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Locomotive (comparative more Locomotive, superlative most Locomotive)

Positive
Locomotive

Comparative
more Locomotive

Superlative
most Locomotive

  1. of or relating to locomotion
  2. of or relating to the power unit of a train which does not carry passengers or freight itself

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Locomotive f. (plural Locomotives)

  1. locomotive

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locomotive f.

  1. Plural form of locomotiva.cs:locomotive

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