- v.铁路，铁道( railroad的过去式和过去分词 ); 铁路系统;
Changes in the law were railroaded through Parliament by unprin - cipled politicians.
I will no longer allow myself to be railroaded into serving on the same committee again.
I won't be railroaded into buying a car I don't want!
These goods will be railroaded to that city.
The workers were railroaded into signing the agreement.
They railroaded the motion through the committee.
The directors railroaded their chairman into a decision.
They were railroaded to prison by their enemies.
Changes in the law were railroaded through Parliament.
They railroaded the measure through the legislature.