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embus

Line breaks: em¦bus
Pronunciation: /ɪmˈbʌs
 
, ɛm-/

Definition of embus in English:

verb (embuses, embusing, embused or embuses, embussing, embussed)

Military
Board or put on to a bus: [no object]: troops had on arrival embussed for an unknown destination [with object]: there are drills for embussing a party
More example sentences
  • From Nausori we embussed for a 12-mile journey to Suva, the Capital of the Fiji Islands.
  • After a hearty breakfast consuming our surplus food, we embussed to Lake Rotoroa.

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