In 21st-century English, buses is the preferred plural of the noun bus. Busses
appears occasionally, and dictionaries list it as a secondary spelling, but it's been
Full Definition of bus. plural bus·es also bus·ses. 1 a : a large motor vehicle
designed to carry passengers usually along a fixed route according to a schedule
b : ...
Dec 16, 2007 ... Best Answer: Both! Buses are those things that drive down the street carrying
people. Busses are those electrical things that carry date or ...
Busses definition, a plural of bus1 . ... 1. a plural of bus<sup>1</sup>. ... to transport (pupils) to
school by bus, especially as a means of achieving socioeconomic or racial ...
Apr 18, 2006 ... 'The usual plural of bus is "buses". "Busses" is sometimes used, but is also the
plural of "buss", a dialectal word for "kiss" or a type of boat'.
Definition of bus in English: noun ( plural buses; US also busses ). 1A large motor
vehicle carrying passengers by road, typically one serving the public on a ...
Buses (suffixing -es) is now the usual plural of bus in both British and ... third-
person singular simple present indicative form of bus, Alternative spelling of
Word forms: plural buses busses. a large motor vehicle designed to carry
passengers between stopping places along a regular route More formal name: ...
bus definition, meaning, what is bus: a large vehicle in which people are driven
from ... "bus" in American English ... uk us /bʌs/ (plural buses or US also busses)
Nov 15, 2011 ... Beware: busses could be the plural of buss rather than bus. ... To be more
precise, the citations in the OED's entry for bus include 2 instances of ...