- n. Plural form of TGV.
“Change in mechanical things – from Olympia typewriters to Apples, from Puffing Billys to TGVs – is one easy thing.”
“By 2025 we STILL won't have rapid transit serving 75% of Seattle .... while over there having built massive systems of trains at every level they will have added TGVs everywhere.”
“Together the sites—all accessible by Metro, commuter rail, or France's high-speed TGVs (Train à Grande Vitesse), which travel at speeds in excess of 200 miles an hour—trace the history of France from the reign of King Louis VI ("The Fat") through the French Revolution and into the post-Napoleonic age.”
“The first train, based on the third generation of TGVs, was delivered on 10 October 1991.”
“That compares to TGVs, which, I believe, operate at a top speed of around 170 mph.”
“The French routinely run their electric high-speed TGVs to cities that do not have electrified high-speed service.”
“Inutile de dire que je suis ravie de rentrer à Lausanne en train depuis Paris, et que j'espère que les grèves continueront à ne pas avoir d'influences sur les TGVs à destination de la Suisse!”
“In fact, I ride TGVs fairly often, and I don't think it was too much different than the kind of ride you get on a normal TGV.”
“But we all agree European trains, TGVs and the like, are THE BEST.”
“The report acknowledges that the Eurostar power cars are more powerful and sophisticated than the TGVs they're based on.”
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