Associations to the word «Bus»
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BUS, noun. (automotive) A motor vehicle for transporting large numbers of people along roads.
BUS, noun. An electrical conductor or interface serving as a common connection for two or more circuits or components.
BUS, noun. (medical industry) (slang) An ambulance.
BUS, verb. (transitive) (automotive) (transport) To transport via a motor bus.
BUS, verb. (transitive) (automotive) (transport) (chiefly US) To transport students to school, often to a more distant school for the purposes of achieving racial integration.
BUS, verb. (intransitive) (automotive) (transport) To travel by bus.
BUS, verb. (transitive) (US) (food service) To clear meal remains from.
BUS, verb. (intransitive) (US) (food service) To work at clearing the remains of meals from tables or counters; to work as a busboy.
BUS BAR, noun. Alternative spelling of busbar
BUS BRIDGE, noun. A temporary system of shuttle buses bypassing a failure in some other mode of transit.
BUS BRIDGE, noun. (computer hardware) A device for connecting two disparate hardware buses.
BUS BRIDGES, noun. Plural of bus bridge
BUS BUDDY, noun. A person (either employed or volunteer) who helps aged or disabled people to use public transport
BUS BULB, noun. (bus) an arrangement by which a sidewalk is extended outwards for a bus stop
BUS DRIVER, noun. A person employed to drive people around in a bus.
BUS DRIVERS, noun. Plural of bus driver
BUS DUCT, noun. A collection of busbars, in an enclosed unit, that distributes large amounts of electrical power
BUS FARE, noun. Alternative spelling of busfare
BUS KANAKA, noun. (Papua New Guinea) An uncivilised person; a person who follows a traditional rather than modern lifestyle.
BUS KANAKAS, noun. Plural of bus kanaka
BUS LANE, noun. A lane on a road along which only buses (and other specified types of vehicles) are allowed to travel.
BUS LANES, noun. Plural of bus lane
BUS MASTERING, noun. (computer) A feature supported by many bus architectures that enables a device connected to the bus to initiate transactions.
BUS MINISTRIES, noun. Plural of bus ministry
BUS MINISTRY, noun. (religion) An outreach program of a religious institution that regularly uses buses or jitneys to transport people, typically children, to a site of religious practice.
BUS PASS, noun. A card that allows the user to travel on buses for free over a certain period
BUS RAPID TRANSIT, noun. (transport) A form of rapid transit using buses, which have dedicated rights-of-way or laneways, purpose-built bus stations, and dedicated traffic signalling.
BUS RAPID TRANSITS, noun. Plural of bus rapid transit
BUS ROUTE, noun. The set route taken by a bus service.
BUS ROUTES, noun. Plural of bus route
BUS SHELTER, noun. A building or other structure constructed at a bus stop, to provide seating and protection from the weather for the convenience of waiting passengers.
BUS SHELTERS, noun. Plural of bus shelter
BUS STATION, noun. A major bus stop, one that serves as a transfer point between a large number of routes.
BUS STATIONS, noun. Plural of bus station
BUS STOP, noun. A place where public transport busses stop to allow passengers to board or leave.
BUS STOPS, noun. Plural of bus stop
BUS TOPOLOGY, noun. (computing) A (computer) network topology in which the nodes are all connected at different points to a line called a bus.
BUS TRAP, noun. Construction or device placed on a road that only allows (public transport) buses to pass, not other large motor vehicles.
BUS TRAPS, noun. Plural of bus trap
BUS, noun. A vehicle carrying many passengers; used for public transport; "he always rode the bus to work".
BUS, noun. The topology of a network whose components are connected by a busbar.
BUS, noun. An electrical conductor that makes a common connection between several circuits; "the busbar in this computer can transmit data either way between any two components of the system".
BUS, noun. A car that is old and unreliable; "the fenders had fallen off that old bus".
BUS, verb. Send or move around by bus; "The children were bussed to school".
BUS, verb. Ride in a bus.
BUS, verb. Remove used dishes from the table in restaurants.
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