detrain

[dee-treyn]
verb (used without object)
1.
to alight from a railway train; arrive by train.
2.
Meteorology. to transfer air from an organized air current to the surrounding atmosphere (opposed to entrain ).

Origin:
1880–85; de- + train

detrainment, noun
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detrain (diːˈtreɪn)
 
vb
to leave or cause to leave a railway train, as passengers, etc
 
de'trainment
 
n

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Example sentences
They actually arrived last night, but owing to tho lateness of tho hour they did not detrain until this morning.
Also, the largest and heaviest particles detrain first followed by smaller particles.
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