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  • noun Plural form of marshrutka.

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Examples

  • "marshrutkas" or shared minibus taxis are being told to cut prices from eight to five soms.

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  • "marshrutkas" that have a tendency to suddenly pull over to the side and stop, as well as cars stopped by the pavement.

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  • Above her hung a huge billboard announcing "The Face of Old Town Is Changing," as Georgians in black-leather jackets scurried about the crowded sidewalk, oblivious to the drivers of taxis and marshrutkas (minivan buses) leaning on their horns.

    NYT > Travel

  • Shailoobek Duisheev publishes another his poetry on the Kyrgyz capital of Bishkek, where he tells about policemen, marshrutkas, houses and bazaars (KYR)

    neweurasia.net

  • Shailoobek Duisheev publishes another his poetry on the Kyrgyz capital of Bishkek, where he tells about policemen, marshrutkas, houses and bazaars (KYR)

    neweurasia.net

  • David talks about view of Mount Ararat (just over the border in Turkey), monasteries and churches, riding the packed minivan buses (marshrutkas), meeting locals with a shared interest, the food, the legends and some of the history (the Armenian genocide).

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  • To get to the complex, you can take free marshrutkas, going from Petrivka and

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