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commute

noun [C]
 
 
/kəˈmjuːt/
TRANSPORT a journey that someone does regularly from home to work: a 90 minute/50km/30 mile commute Every morning during his 85-mile commute he has plenty of time to think about the day ahead.a daily/weekly commute Cutting out the daily commute is the most obvious attraction of teleworking.a long/short commute The survey provides evidence that low-paid workers are forced to endure long commutes into the capital.
Translations of “commute”
in Chinese (Traditional) 往返於工作地點與家之間…
in Chinese (Simplified) 往返于工作地点与家之间…
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