from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One who drives a bus.
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- n. A person employed to drive a bus.
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- n. someone who drives a bus
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It could be described as a busman's holiday: the most popular book MPs will be "relaxing" with on their summer breaks this year is Peter Mandelson's memoir of New Labour, The Third Man.
That is why a vacation or day off from work spent doing the same activity as one's usual work is called a busman's holiday.
"As Leon Kestrel, the Master-Mummer," suggested Parker, who read railway-stall detective stories on the principle of the 'busman's holiday.
The superfan saw a solid ten games during his usual 'busman's holiday' in August.
Not but what it’ll be a kind of busman’s holiday for you,’ he finished up, rather dubiously.
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