A public vehicle operated on rails along a regular route, usually through the streets of a city.(noun)
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Use "streetcar" in a sentence
"Alstom and the Swiss company Stadler LRV are also produce very competitive trams the term streetcar is never used in Europe and Ansaldo of Italy is also gaining sales."
"JK: Good that we agree that the streetcar is a complete waste."
"In the meantime, the streetcar is already moving on its track."