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embus

[ im-buhs, em- ]
/ ɪmˈbʌs, ɛm- /
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verb (used with or without object), em·bussed, em·bus·sing.
to get or put on a bus.
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Origin of embus

First recorded in 1925–30; em-1 + bus1
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British Dictionary definitions for embus

embus
/ (ɪmˈbʌs) /

verb -buses, -busing, -bused, -busses, -bussing or -bussed
military to cause (troops) to board or (of troops) to board a transport vehicle
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