bus

All Noun
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  • Every major street in the city is served by at least one bus route.
  • Their record company gave them enough money for their own tour bus.
  • These will serve the new bus complex as well as the international airport.
  • Bus services are available in most areas connected to the road network.
  • The first full-size buses were put into service later the same year.
  • Many long-distance bus services also pass through the city.
  • There are many private bus companies that provide similar transport services.
  • Numerous popular tour bus companies and boat tours run there throughout the year.
  • ACTION, the government-operated bus service, provides public transport throughout the city.
  • What would have formerly been a system bus is now often known as a front-side bus.
  • Bus services are mostly run by private companies, but some local ones are operated by the government.
  • Along with the official public transportation, there are also a number of private bus companies.
  • The big rock on top is the size of three school buses.
  • There are many other long distance and local buses from the bus station.
  • Buses stop in several areas around the town centre rather than at a central bus station.
  • In-city buses are provided free of charge by the local government.
  • And she cannot leave town because the busses will not leave until the next morning.
  • Buses are the main form of public transport in the city and county.
  • This bus is typically rather quick and is independent of the rest of the computer operations.
  • The same year, the company received its first low-floor buses.
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Meaning of bus

  • noun A vehicle carrying many passengers; used for public transport
    he always rode the bus to work
  • noun A car that is old and unreliable
    the fenders had fallen off that old bus
  • verb Send or move around by bus
    The children were bussed to school
  • verb Ride in a bus
  • verb Remove used dishes from the table in restaurants