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commuter
American English: /kəˈmjudər/
British English: /kəˈmjuːtə/

Translation of commuter in Spanish:

noun

  • (persona que viaja diariamente una distancia considerable entre su lugar de residencia y el de trabajo)
    (before noun) the commuter belt
    (barrios periféricos y otros lugares dentro de un área más amplia alrededor de una ciudad, desde los cuales viaja un )
    commuter train
    Example sentences
    • More early morning rain and mist is also on the way for commuters as they travel to work the following morning.
    • I have to learn from the thousands of commuters who travel a long way to work every day.
    • One Marlborough women commuter who travels to London daily said she had used Swindon station instead.

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