- to perform or cause to perform from the rails.
- To come or bring to a rapid halt: a campaign derailed by lack of funds; an insurance policy that derailed under the brand new management.
- resulting in to operate removed from the rails of a railroad, as a locomotive.
- a computer device added to railway songs causing a train to derail.
- In railroading, a switch that is designed to divert or toss a train or vehicle from the track or to end its further progress.
- resulting in to come from the tracks.
- in the future from the songs.
- To deviate from the previous training course or path.
- To cause to deviate from a group course or way.
- cause to operate off the paths
- elope or leave the rails
- resulting in to leave the rails or run off the track, as a railroad-train: since, the engine ended up being derailed at crossing.
- To run off the track or rails.
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