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debus

[ dee-buhs ]
/ diˈbʌs /
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verb (used with or without object), de·bused or de·bussed, de·bus·ing or de·bus·sing.
to get out of a bus; alight from a bus.
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Origin of debus

First recorded in 1910–15; de- + bus1
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British Dictionary definitions for debus

debus
/ (diːˈbʌs) /

verb debuses, debusing, debused, debusses, debussing or debussed
to unload (goods) or (esp of troops) to alight from a motor vehicle
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