The definition of a bus is a large, long motor vehicle that carries a lot of passengers, usually on a regular route.(noun)
An example of a bus is the large vehicle with a number on it that goes down your street each day at specific times.
To bus is to move people around from one place to another in a large vehicle.(verb)
An example of to bus is to take children to school.
To bus in a restaurant is defined as to clear the dishes and food from a table.(verb)
An example of to bus is for a worker to clear and clean a table before you sit down.
See bus in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: < (omni)bus
See bus in American Heritage Dictionary 4
noun pl. bus·es or bus·ses
Origin: Short for omnibus
Origin: . V., intr., sense 2, back-formation from busboy.
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