- vt. 使出轨；阻碍；扰乱
- vi. 出轨
cause to run off the tracks;
"they had planned to derail the trains that carried atomic waste"
run off or leave the rails;
"the train derailed because a cow was standing on the tracks"
- But too much devoted too early to any one technology could yield the wrong fix and derail momentum toward a sustainable agenda for decarbonization.
- The move could derail Chrysler's plans for a swift exit from bankruptcy proceedings.T L reports.
- The market's job is to derail the systems traders.
- An open switch will derail a train.
Passions of this kind completely derail me from anything creative for days.出自： fig.