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omnibusnoun [C]

uk   /ˈɒm.nɪ.bəs/  us   /ˈɑːm-/

omnibus noun [C] (SEVERAL PARTS)

a ​book consisting of two or more ​parts that have already been ​publishedseparately
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UK a ​programme consisting of two or more ​parts that have already been ​broadcastseparately: the omnibus edition of a ​soapopera

omnibus noun [C] (TRANSPORT)

old use a ​bus
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