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Synonyms for bus

the topology of a network whose components are connected by a busbar

a car that is old and unreliable

send or move around by bus

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ride in a bus

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remove used dishes from the table in restaurants

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24, makipag-ugnayan na po kayo sa bus lines at sea lines.
Locals had warned him that the bus lines allow PA residents to enter Israel illegally with virtually no effort.
Palestinian-only bus lines will be effective from Monday to prevent Palestinian labourers with official Israeli work permits from boarding buses with Jewish passengers.
Bus safety advocates say the appearance of such inexpensive, well-regulated bus lines is a public benefit.
The 66 bus line is operating from the Hladilnika bus stop and goes through Dragalevtsi to the Moreni Hotel in the Aleko Resort on Vitosha.
In September, for example, the MTA eliminated 4 percent of its bus lines.
New Rapid bus lines will include Line 724 from Sylmar to North Hollywood and Line 794 from Burbank to downtown Los Angeles.
There are three bus stops all close to each other and more bus lines will make things worse.
When Green Tortoise started in the early 70s, there were several alternative bus lines, like the Gray Rabbit and Gypsy Flyer, offering cross-country trips to members of the counter-culture.
Diane Guenette, manager of Nipissing Bus Lines Ltd.
The site is the first of its kind to include tickets from all the major low-cost bus lines, including Megabus, BoltBus, and Fung Wah.
Contract notice: "public transport of passengers on approved routes for bus lines from republican, regional and municipal transport schemes from the quota of the municipality of karlovo"
Twice a year, the transportation agency evaluates its nearly 200 bus lines for efficiency and ridership and recommends service changes to its directors.
Instead, rail lines often replace bus lines, and this means the poor must endure more transfers as they go from bus to rail and back.
Situated at the corner of East 42nd Street and Fifth Avenue, 475 Fifth is within walking distance to Grand Central Station, the Port Authority Bus Terminal and several subway and bus lines.