Definition of 'bus stop'
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Teams are teaching commuters to form queues at bus stops. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Imagine the queues at the bus stop. Times, Sunday Times (2011)I reported a gas leak on a busy main road near a bus stop. Times, Sunday Times (2013)A memorial bench has been placed opposite the bus stop. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Locals thanked her for improving the area, and commuters can now use a bus stop without being scratched by brambles. The Sun (2012)No street parties are yet planned, but on a cold afternoon there was a buzz in the queue at the bus stop. Times, Sunday Times (2008)A 48-hour strike last week caused massive disruption in the capital, with long queues at bus stops and heavy traffic. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'bus stop'
British English: bus stop /bʌs stɒp/ NOUN
A bus stop is a place on a road where buses stop to let passengers on and off.
- American English: bus stop
- Arabic: مَوْقِف الباص
- Brazilian Portuguese: ponto de ônibus
- Chinese: 公共汽车站
- Croatian: autobusna postaja
- Czech: autobusová zastávka
- Danish: busstoppested
- Dutch: bushalte
- European Spanish: parada de autobús
- Finnish: bussipysäkki
- French: arrêt de bus
- German: Bushaltestelle
- Greek: στάση λεωφορείου
- Italian: fermata dell’autobus
- Japanese: バス停
- Korean: 버스 정류장
- Norwegian: bussholdeplass
- Polish: przystanek autobusowy
- European Portuguese: paragem de autocarro
- Romanian: stație
- Russian: автобусная остановка
- Spanish: parada de bus
- Swedish: busshållplats
- Thai: ป้ายรถโดยสารประจำทาง
- Turkish: otobüs durağı
- Ukrainian: автобусна зупинка
- Vietnamese: bến xe buýt
Definition of bus stop from the Collins English Dictionary
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