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outbound {adj}
44
abfahrend [Zug, Bus etc.]
onboard sth. {adv}
19
in [+Dat.] [Zug, Bus etc.]
tech. articulated {adj} [e.g. arm, bus, excavator, piston, vehicle]Gelenk- [z. B. Arm, Bus, Bagger, Kolben, Fahrzeug]
bused {past-p} [travelled by bus]mit dem Bus gereist
busing {adj} [travelling by bus]mit dem Bus reisend
bussed {past-p} [travelled by bus] [spv.]mit dem Bus gereist
bussing {adj} [travelling by bus] [spv.]mit dem Bus reisend
sb. buses [travels by bus]jd. reist mit dem Bus
sb. busses [travels by bus] [spv.]jd. reist mit dem Bus
team {adj} [e.g., bus, captain, competition, doctor, etc.]Mannschafts- [Bus, Kapitän, Wettbewerb, Arzt etc.]
Verbs
to board [bus, tram etc.]
976
zusteigen
to dismount
114
aussteigen [aus einem Bus]
to run [train, bus, etc.]
86
verkehren [fahren]
traffic transp. to service sth. [e.g. bus stop, sales area]
21
etw. bedienen [z. B. Haltestelle, Vertriebsgebiet]
to bus [transport in a bus]mit einem Bus transportieren
travel to bus [travel in a bus]mit einem Bus reisen
to cancel [flight, bus run, etc. by the operator]ausfallen lassen
Nouns
travel change [train, bus, tube etc.]
232
Umsteigen {n}
transp. bus
166
Autobus {m} [seltener] [Bus]
transp. autobus [dated] [bus]
33
Omnibus {m}
carfare [Am.] [passenger fare (as on a bus)]
20
Fahrgeld {n}
traffic travel line [bus etc.]
19
Kurs {m} [Verkehr]
jitney [Am.]
16
[billiger Bus oder Minibus mit fixer Route, urspr. Fahrpreis 5 US-Cent]
strap [in bus, tram]
15
Halteschlaufe {f}
transp. number [bus, subway etc.]
14
Linie {f} [Bus, U-Bahn etc.]
transp. timetable [at a bus stop etc.]
14
Aushangfahrplan {m}
travel service [bus, plane, train]
13
Verbindung {f} [Bus-, Bahn-, Flug-]
mounting [horse, bus, etc.]
12
Besteigen {n} [Pferd, Bus etc.]
transp. route [bus / tram route]
8
Linienführung {f}
transp. TrVocab. Greyhound [short for: Greyhound bus]
7
Greyhound {m} [kurz für: Greyhoundbus]
shelter [e.g. at a bus stop]
7
Wartestand {m} [Unterstand]
travel TrVocab. [bus service run by the Swiss post office]
5
Postautoverbindung {f} [schweiz.]
transp. TrVocab. [coach, bus to seaside or spa destinations]
5
Bäderbus {m}
aviat. traffic feeder [air, bus, rail service]
5
Zubringerlinie {f}
educ. [pupil / student who has to commute]Fahrschüler {m} [Schüler, der mit Bus oder Bahn zur Schule fährt]
gastr. jobs busgirl [also: bus girl] [Am.]Hilfskellnerin {f}
six [bus]Sechser {m} [ugs.]
2 Words: Others
by road {adv} [by bus]mit dem Bus
crammed together {adj} [of people, in a bus etc.]dichtgedrängt [Rsv.]
traffic travel cross-country {adj} [attr.] [bus, train, flight]Überland- [Bus, Zug, Flug]
full up {adj}(voll) besetzt [Bus, Zug]
non-stop {adj} {adv} [journey, bus ride]ohne Halt [Fahrt etc.]
on-call {adj} [attr.] [room, duty, bus, doctor, etc.]Bereitschafts- [Raum, Dienst, Bus, Arzt usw.]
One-way. [in train, bus, etc.]Einfach. [in Zug, Bus, usw.]
sb. got off [bus, train]jd. ist ausgestiegen [z. B. aus dem Bus, Zug]
rail transp. sth. runs daily [train, bus, ferry, etc.]etw. verkehrt täglich
2 Words: Verbs
to be due [plane, train, bus]ankommen sollen
travel TrVocab. to get in [arrive] [bus, train, etc.]ankommen [Bus, Zug etc.]
to get off [bus, train]aussteigen
to get off sth. [e.g. motorway, bus]etw.Akk. verlassen [z. B. Autobahn, Bus]
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