|commute /kəˈmju:t/ verb|
inflected forms: commutes; commuted; commuting
1 [no object] : to travel regularly to and from a place and especially between where you live and where you work • He commutes to work every day by train. • She commutes 400 miles a week.
2 [with object] law : to change (a punishment) to a less severe one• The judge commuted his death sentence to life imprisonment.
— commuter /kəˈmju:tɚ/ noun, plural commuters [count] • busycommuters on their way to work • a commuter train
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