Metroliner

Metroliner

[me-troh-lahy-ner]
Trademark.
any of several high-speed, reserved-seat trains run by Amtrak and serving points between Boston, New York City, and Washington, D.C.

Origin:
metro- + liner1

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Metroliner
U.S. high-speed inter-city train, 1969, from metro(politan) + liner.
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