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English definition of “bus”

bus

noun [C] uk   /bʌs/ (plural buses or US also busses) us  

bus noun [C] (VEHICLE)

A1 a large vehicle in which people are driven from one place to another: You should take the bus/go by bus (= travel by bus) if you want to see the sights.

bus noun [C] (COMPUTER)

a set of wires in a computer along which information can be sent to and from other parts of the computer

bus

verb [T] uk   /bʌs/ (-ss- or US usually -s-) us  
to take people somewhere by bus: Demonstrators were bussed in from all parts of the country to attend the protest rally. US to take children by bus to school in another area every day
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