Meaning of BUS in English

I. noun (plural ~es; also ~ses) Usage: often attributive Etymology: short for omni~ Date: circa 1909 1. a large motor vehicle designed to carry passengers usually along a fixed route according to a schedule, automobile , a small hand truck, 3. ~ bar , a set of parallel conductors in a computer system that forms a main transmission path, a spacecraft or missile that carries one or more detachable devices (as warheads), II. verb (~ed; also ~sed; ~ing; also ~sing) Date: circa 1909 intransitive verb to travel by ~, to work as a ~boy, transitive verb to transport by ~, 2. clear 4d , to remove dirty dishes from , III. abbreviation ~iness

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