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light-rail

[ lahyt-reyl ]
/ ˈlaɪtˌreɪl /
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adjective
of or relating to a local rail rapid-transit system using large, single passenger cars, railroad-type signals, and, usually, private rights-of-way.
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Origin of light-rail

First recorded in 1975–80
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British Dictionary definitions for light-rail

light rail

noun
a transport system using small trains or trams, often serving parts of a large metropolitan area
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