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Buses vs. busses - Grammarist

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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  ...

Bus | Definition of Bus by Merriam-Webster

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Define bus: a large vehicle that is used for carrying passengers especially along ... Full Definition of bus. plural ... See bus defined for English-language learners.

Whats' the plural form of bus? Busses or buses ? Which one is more ...

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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 ...

bus - definition of bus in English from the Oxford dictionary

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noun ( plural buses; US also busses ). 1A large motor vehicle carrying passengers by road, typically one serving the public on a fixed route and for a fare: [ as ...

Plural Noun Forms - Capital Community College

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Note that some dictionaries list "busses" as an acceptable plural for "bus." Presumably, this is because the plural "buses" looks like it ought to rhyme with the ...

grammatical number - What is the preferred plural form of "bus ...

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Nov 15, 2011 ... To be more precise, the citations in the OED's entry for bus include 2 instances of busses and 9 of buses. In its own commentary, the OED uses ...

busses - Wiktionary

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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 buses ...

What is the plural form of the word 'bus'? - Quora

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Feb 27, 2016 ... After bus emerged in the 19th century as an abbreviation of omnibus, buses and busses (the logical plural of buss, an early alternative spelling ...

bus Definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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bus definition, meaning, what is bus: a large vehicle in which people are driven from one place to another: . Learn more.

Buses vs. busses - Straight Dope Message Board

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I have absolute faith that the plural of "bus" is "buses," yet I see a lot of people writing it "busses" (which I thought was the plural of "buss," ...

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Buses vs. Busses | Merriam-Webster

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The plural of bus is buses. A variant plural, busses, is also given in the dictionary, but has become so rare that it seems like an error to many people.

Busses | Define Busses at Dictionary.com

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Busses definition, a plural of bus1 . See more. ... Thesaurus.com. noun. 1. a plural of bus<sup>1</sup>. .... verb buses, busing, bused, busses, bussing, bussed. 9. to travel or ...

buses or busses - plural for public transport | WordReference Forums

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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'.