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bus US English

A large motor vehicle carrying passengers by road, especially one serving the public on a fixed route and for a fare

bus US Thesaurus

take a bus to the airport

miss the boat US English

Be too slow to take advantage of an opportunity

bus. US English

Business

bendy bus US English

A single-decker bus consisting of two rigid vehicles linked together by a flexible section

bus lane US English

A division of a road marked off with painted lines for use by buses

bus pass US English

A card, ticket, or permit entitling the holder to travel by bus, typically for a particular period of time or within a particular area

bus stop US English

A place where a bus regularly stops, typically marked by a sign

local bus US English

A high-speed data connection directly linking peripheral devices to the processor and memory, allowing activities that require high data transmission rates such as video display

bus driver US English

A person whose job is to drive a bus

bus shelter US English

A roofed structure for people to wait under at a bus stop

bus station US English

A terminal where buses arrive and depart

school bus US English

A bus that transports students from home to school, school to home, or to school-sponsored events

trolley bus US English

A bus powered by electricity obtained from an overhead cable by means of a trolley wheel

bus conductor US English

A person whose job is to collect fares and sell tickets on a bus

park the bus US English

(Typically of an away team) play in a very defensive way

throw someone under the bus US English

Cause someone else to suffer in order to save oneself or gain personal advantage

busbar US English

A system of electrical conductors in a generating or receiving station on which power is concentrated for distribution

bus bar in busbar US English

A system of electrical conductors in a generating or receiving station on which power is concentrated for distribution

busboy US English

A young man who clears tables in a restaurant or cafeteria

busload US English

A group of people travelling in a bus

midibus US English

A bus seating up to about twenty-five passengers

minibus US English

A small bus for about ten to fifteen passengers

railbus US English

A lightweight diesel or petrol-driven railway passenger vehicle, typically with four wheels

motorbus US English

Old-fashioned term for bus1noun1noun1noun.

battlebus US English

A bus or coach used as a mobile operational centre during an election campaign

park the bus in park US English

(Typically of an away team) play in a very defensive way

throw someone under the bus in bus US English

Cause someone else to suffer in order to save oneself or gain personal advantage