Definition of 'commute'
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This is one tower defence game that will make the commute into work that much easier. The Sun (2017)He spends four hours a day commuting. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Under the new law families will have the power only to commute a death sentence imposed by the courts. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Try it on your morning commute. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Avoid long commutes; make sure your hall of residence is close to your school. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The fastest house price growth was recorded in areas within commuting distance of central London. Times, Sunday Times (2017)That's ruined my commute home! The Sun (2017)The sentence was commuted to imprisonment after a plea for clemency to the King and he resumed his retail career when freed. Times, Sunday Times (2017)When it was abolished in 1995, the sentences were commuted. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Pass me a flask, I it a try on the morning commute. The Sun (2017)Areas within commuting distance of the capital have benefited the most. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Or a seat on the tube and a shorter commute? Times, Sunday Times (2007)But as of tomorrow she will have considerably less of a commute to contend with. Times, Sunday Times (2013)If only the same could be said for your average commute. Times, Sunday Times (2012)People are working harder and commuting further. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Nor can the cost of commuting between your home and the church. Christianity Today (2000)It probably makes the commute more enjoyable as well. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Slovakia said his sentence will be commuted to life in jail if he is extradited. The Sun (2012)And our average commuting time has doubled in the past five years. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Modern teaching is a flexible labour force with many teachers commuting to work. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Local workers will not want to do a big shop before they commute home. Times, Sunday Times (2007)His initial death sentence was commuted to life imprisonment with hard labour. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Bosses realise they get better value from staff who spend more time with their families and less time commuting. The Sun (2014)Not so on the morning commute. Times, Sunday Times (2013) Makes your morning commute seem simple. The Sun (2014)Ah, remember the old and probably imaginary days when commuting was a joy? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Upside All the benefits of village life in commuting distance of the capital. Times, Sunday Times (2013)If you are reading this during your morning commute, look around the carriage. Times, Sunday Times (2012)As places farther and farther away come within commuting distance, prices rise accordingly. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I was spending three hours a day commuting across the city. Times, Sunday Times (2006)We must build more densely - which is also the way to a civilised urban life and less commuting by car. Times, Sunday Times (2013)So, too, is a shorter commute. Times, Sunday Times (2006)From either of them, it's a short commute into town. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Bus and train passengers experienced the most negative emotions, but this could be in part because most public transport journeys are for commuting, the researchers said. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'commute'
British English: commute /kəˈmjuːt/ VERB
If you commute, you travel a long distance to work every day.
He commutes to the city.
- American English: commute
- Arabic: يُسَافِرُ يَوْمِياً مِنْ و إِلَى مَكَان عَمْلِه
- Brazilian Portuguese: locomover-se entre a casa e o trabalho
- Chinese: 乘车上班
- Croatian: putovati na posao
- Czech: dojíždět za prací
- Danish: pendle
- Dutch: forenzen
- European Spanish: desplazarse diariamente al centro de trabajo
- Finnish: käydä töissä toisella paikkakunnalla
- French: faire la navette
- German: pendeln
- Greek: μετακινούμαι με μέσο μαζικής μεταφοράς
- Italian: fare il pendolare
- Japanese: 通勤する
- Korean: 통근하다
- Norwegian: pendle
- Polish: dojechać
- European Portuguese: deslocar-se entre a casa e o trabalho
- Romanian: a face naveta
- Russian: добираться на работу
- Spanish: desplazarse al centro de trabajo
- Swedish: pendla
- Thai: เดินทาง
- Turkish: her gün işe trenle gitmek
- Ukrainian: щоденно їздити на роботу на велику відстань
- Vietnamese: đi lại đều đặn
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