Definition of trainspotting in English:

trainspotting

noun

British
  • See trainspotter

    • ‘And unlike trainspotting, with our hobby you get to keep warm in winter.’
    • ‘Which other country could match our enthusiasm for trainspotting, planespotting, or jotting down vehicle numbers?’
    • ‘It tells the story of the steam locomotive with displays covering model railways, trainspotting and locomotive engineering.’
    • ‘And make no mistake: trainspotting is definitely an all-male pastime.’
    • ‘It's equally about stamp collecting, football and trainspotting.’

Pronunciation

trainspotting

/ˈtreɪnspɒtɪŋ/