English version

minibus

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Motor vehicles
minibusmin‧i‧bus /ˈmɪnibʌs/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 especially British EnglishTTC a small bus with seats for six to twelve people
Examples from the Corpus
minibusIn addition a party went by car from Keighley and another by minibus from the Kirklees area.A complimentary minibus runs to the beach.Expectation was boiling when we all climbed into Reg's minibus and headed for Chamden on that balmy September Saturday.Read in studio Two children and two adults were injured when a school minibus collided with a pick-up truck and a car.Nine others travelling in the minibus, which was returning the from game at Port Vale, were injured.And the next thing he remembered was the minibus stopping and the monks helping him into it.The minibus was on its way to Bredon school near Tewkesbury.
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