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a high-speed French passenger train that runs on a separate track and is capable of a top speed of over 200 miles per hour (320 km/h).

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Origin of TGV

<French t(rain à) g(rande) v(itesse) high-speed train

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British Dictionary definitions for TGV

TGV
/ (French teʒeve) /

abbreviation for (in France)

train à grande vitesse: a high-speed passenger train
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