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Translation of "bus" - English-Polish dictionary

bus

noun [C]     /bʌs/ ( plural buses)
A1 a large vehicle that carries passengers by road, usually along a fixed route autobus a school bus I'll go home by bus.Buses, trams and coaches
bus verb [T] ( present participle UK bussing, past tense and past participle bussed, present participle US busing, past tense and past participle bused)
to take a group of people somewhere in a bus dowozić (autobusem) Buses, trams and coaches
Translations of “bus”
in Arabic حافِلة…
in Korean 버스…
in Malaysian bas…
in French autobus…
in Turkish otobüs…
in Italian autobus…
in Chinese (Traditional) 車輛, 公車, 大客車…
in Russian автобус…
in Vietnamese xe buýt…
in Spanish autobús, llevar en autobús…
in Portuguese ônibus…
in Thai รถโดยสารประจำทาง…
in German der Bus…
in Catalan autobús…
in Japanese バス…
in Indonesian bis…
in Chinese (Simplified) 车辆, 大客车, 公共汽车,巴士…
(Definition of bus from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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