commute

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To reduce the sentence previously given for a criminal offense
To pay out the lump-sum present value of an annuity
To engage in a commutative operation
To travel from one's home (usually in the suburbs of a city) to one's workplace (usually in the city itself, or in another city) to go to work, or vice versa
to put something, especially something less severe, in place of
{v} to exchange, atone, buy off
To travel from ones home (usually in the suburbs of a city) to ones workplace (usually in the city itself, or in another city) to go to work, or vice versa
To pay, or arrange to pay, in gross instead of part by part; as, to commute for a year's travel over a route
exchange a penalty for a less severe one transpose and remain equal in value; "These operators commute with each other" travel back and forth regularly, as between one's place of work and home
to go someplace and back home every day -- "Aaron commutes 25 kilometers to school " (205)
If you commute, you travel a long distance every day between your home and your place of work. Mike commutes to London every day McLaren began commuting between Paris and London He's going to commute. + commuter commuters com·mut·er The number of commuters to London has dropped by 100,000. a commuter train
A commute is the journey that you make when you commute. The average Los Angeles commute is over 60 miles a day
{f} change or reduce (a jail sentence or other punishment); exchange, replace, convert; travel back and forth regularly (i.e. to work)
The distance and time it takes a person to reach the workplace
To exchange; to put or substitute something else in place of, as a smaller penalty, obligation, or payment, for a greater, or a single thing for an aggregate; hence, to lessen; to diminish; as, to commute a sentence of death to one of imprisonment for life; to commute tithes; to commute charges for fares
change the order or arrangement of; "Dyslexics often transpose letters in a word"
A home-to-work or work-to-home trip made regularly in connection with employment
exchange or replace with another, usually of the same kind or category; "Could you convert my dollars into pounds?"; "He changed his name"; "convert centimeters into inches"; "convert holdings into shares"
If a death sentence or prison sentence is commuted to a less serious punishment, it is changed to that punishment. His death sentence was commuted to life imprisonment Prison sentences have been commuted. the journey to work every day
Distance and time between a person's workplace and home
To obtain or bargain for exemption or substitution; to effect a commutation
transpose and remain equal in value; "These operators commute with each other"
To establish, as of a given date, the single-sum value equivalent to a series of amounts due at various dates, with allowance for interest or for interest and mortality combined Also, to pay the commuted value
exchange a penalty for a less severe one transpose and remain equal in value; "These operators commute with each other"
Regular travel between home and a fixed location (e g , work or school)
travel back and forth regularly, as between one's place of work and home
exchange a penalty for a less severe one
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travel between home and workplace
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Causing, or involved in commutation
reverse commute
A trip to a more urban area in the evening, or from it in the morning
reverse-commute
To travel to a more urban area in the evening and from it in the morning
reverse-commute
Attributive form of reverse commute
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{a} that may be exchanged or put off
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{i} act of travelling back and forth between home and work
reverse commute
A reverse commute is a round trip, regularly taken, from a metropolitan area to a suburban one in the morning, and returning in the evening. It is almost universally applied to the trip to work in the suburbs from home in the city. This is on opposition to the regular commute, where a person lives in the suburbs and travels to work in the city
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capable of being exchanged for another or for something else that is equivalent
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subject to alteration or change; "the death sentence was commutable to life imprisonment"
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Capable of being commuted or interchanged
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subject to alteration or change; "the death sentence was commutable to life imprisonment" capable of being exchanged for another or for something else that is equivalent
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{s} convertible, changeable, exchangeable
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past of commute
commutes
third person singular in the present tense of commute
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the travel of a commuter
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Travel between a personal home and work or job site within the area of an individual's tax home
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– Transportation between your home and your main or regular place of work You cannot deduct commuting expenses no matter how far your home is from your regular place of work You cannot deduct commuting expenses even if you work during the commuting trip Back to Top
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The action of travelling to work or study Commuting is often a problem for many people and can prove stressful if the mode of transport used is not particularly suitable Whichever mode of transport you choose to use, you should make sure that you take into consideration, the cost, timeliness and quality on an on-going basis
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Fatal events or exposures that occurred during a person's commute to or from work are OUT of scope
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present participle of commute
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Not getting to and from a job, but switching two components Example: Commuting "p and q" produces "q and p"
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If you primarily use your car for commuting, this means that you are typically driving it to and from work or school on a regular basis Back to Top
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Traveling from one's residence to one's regular place of business and back to the residence
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