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- v. Present participle of commute.
- n. travel between home and workplace
- adj. Causing, or involved in commutation
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. the process of travel by a commuter.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the travel of a commuter
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Ideally i would bring the whole family but would consider commuting from the US.
The Illinois Governor cited their work in commuting the sentences of everyone on death row.
The cities of the early and mid-20th century were dirty, sooty, smelly, and crowded, and commuting from the first, close-in suburbs was fast and easy.
I am a fairly hard core recreational biker but bike commuting is a total pain in the a**.
Six of the 10 best-educated counties are within commuting distance of Washington.
Six of the 10 best-educated U.S. counties are within commuting distance of the District.
The survey found that cities where bike commuting is most prominent tend to be mid-sized college towns, and are mostly located in the Western part of the country.
I'm not saying that the show is commuting from the township of Fabrication, USA, every week.
The baffling thing about this sort of defence of commuting is that it presupposes the only way one can enjoy music or the radio while having a drink in a comfortable chair is while stuck in traffic.
This research shows nothing about how bad commuting is in absolute terms, just how bad it is in the world of nearly universal daily activities.