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bus stop

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Roads
bus stopˈbus stop ●●○ noun [countable]  TTRa place at the side of a road, marked with a sign, where buses stop for passengers
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bus stopOne child was cuffed for misbehaving at a bus stop.I parked the van alongside the bus stop, and Carol swayed to her feet thinking I was a bus.Later I would run breathless from the bus stop, expecting to be murdered, beaten, raped.At Wandsworth, it was a seven-minute walk from the bus stop to the end of Varney Street.I navigated Jan and Darren to the bus stop.The bus stop was only across the street.
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