English version

bus shelter

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Roads
bus shelterˈbus ˌshelter noun [countable]  TTRa small structure with a roof that keeps people dry while they are waiting for a bus
Examples from the Corpus
bus shelterIt was starting to rain, so the three of us sat in a bus shelter.At a quarter to three I was in position behind the grime-sprayed glass of a bus shelter on the Banbury Road.A bus shelter feet away was blown to bits.We will, however, investigate the options for altering the layout of the present advertising bus shelter.Damien writhed in anger as he stood penned in the bus shelter like an animal, with this herd of obnoxious Cockneys.The traffic had started to move more freely now and he walked to the bus shelter at the roadside, and waited.
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