consisted, past participle; consists, 3rd person singular present; consisting, present participle; consisted, past tense;
Be composed or made up of
the exhibition consists of 180 drawings
Have as an essential feature
his duties consist in taking the condition of the barometer
Be consistent with
the information perfectly consists with our friend's account
The set of vehicles forming a complete train
dwell: originate (in); "The problems dwell in the social injustices in this country"
have its essential character; be comprised or contained in; be embodied in; "The payment consists in food"; "What does love consist in?"
be consistent in form, tenor, or character; be congruous; "Desires are to be satisfied only so far as consists with an approved end"
be composed of; "The land he conquered comprised several provinces"; "What does this dish consist of?"
(consistence) consistency: a harmonious uniformity or agreement among things or parts
A consist , in North American railway terminology, is used as a noun to describe the group of rail vehicles which make up a train. A near-equivalent UK term is rake (e.g. a rake of wagons or a rake of coaches) but this excludes the locomotive.
A lineup or sequence of railroad carriages or cars, with or without a locomotive, that form a unit; To be composed, formed, or made up (of)
(consistence) the physical quality which is given by the degree of firmness, solidity, density, and viscosity; the staying together, or remaining in close relation of non-physical things; standing still; quiescence; state of rest
Soil consistence is the resistance to deformation or rupture and the degree of cohesion or adhesion of the soil mass. ...
A document which shows the number of loads, empties, weight in tons and length in feet of a specific train. A consist shows the identifying number of each locomotive and location within that consist for a specific train.
the coupled vehicles making up a train. A train consist usually contains cars (coaches), a cab car and a locomotive.
Contents or equipment of a train. Report form sent ahead so yardmaster can make plans for switching the train. The report is usually dropped off to an operator; this is dropping the consist
Another word used for train within BART. The two terms are interchangeable.
The make-up of a freight train by types of cars and their contents.
1) The makeup or composition (number and specific identity) of a train of vehicles. 2) Contents.
The number of vehicles forming a train.
The make-up of a train; a list containing specific information for each car of a train. A group of locomotives.
Pronounced KAHN-sist. This is basically everything that the engines are pulling. A switcher will work in a yard to put together a consist of freight cars, taking into account their destinations and the order in which they will be dropped off. ...
the cars that make up a train.
v. (phr v) consist of sth be composed or made up of sth