debus

[ dee-buhs ]
/ diˈbʌs /

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.

Nearby words

  1. debud,
  2. debug,
  3. debulking operation,
  4. debunk,
  5. deburr,
  6. debussy,
  7. debussy, claude,
  8. debussy, claude achille,
  9. debut,
  10. debutant

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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