- provide with rails
"The yard was railed"
- fish with a handline over the rails of a boat
"They are railing for fresh fish"
- lay with rails
"hundreds of miles were railed out here"
- convey (goods etc.) by rails
"fresh fruit are railed from Italy to Belgium"
- Hold on to the rail.
- He was leaning against the rail.
- His bike ran into a guard-rail.
- The town is accessible by rail.
- She was as thin as a rail.
- He tried to grasp the rail.
- I cross the rail tracks every morning.
- The UK must improve the problems with its rail network.
- Get hold of the rail just in case.
- The car crashed into the guard-rail and rolled down the hill.
- The rail-line was carried under the Tsugaru Strait to Hokkaido.
- We happened to see a truck run into the guard-rail.
- The cost of the air fare is higher than of the rail fare.
- A rail is a piece of metal or wood which is long and thin. For example, a train runs on rails, which is why we call it a railway train.