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Motorbus vs. Omnibus

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Motorbusnoun

A motorised bus, or coach.

Omnibusnoun

(dated) A vehicle set up to carry many people (now usually called a bus).

Motorbusnoun

a road vehicle carrying many passengers; used for public transport; an omnibus.

Omnibusnoun

An anthology of previously released material linked together by theme or author, especially in book form.

Motorbusnoun

a vehicle carrying many passengers; used for public transport;

‘he always rode the bus to work’;

Omnibusnoun

A broadcast programme consisting of all of the episodes of a serial that have been shown in the previous week.

‘The omnibus edition of The Archers is broadcast every Sunday morning at 11.00.’;

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Omnibusnoun

(philately) A stamp issue, usually commemorative, that appears simultaneously in several countries as a joint issue.

Omnibusadjective

Containing multiple items.

‘The legislature enacted an omnibus appropriations bill.’;

Omnibusverb

(transitive) To combine (legislative bills, etc.) into a single package.

Omnibusverb

To drive an omnibus.

Omnibusverb

To travel or be transported by omnibus.

Omnibusnoun

A long vehicle, having seats for many people; a bus.

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Omnibusnoun

A sheet-iron cover for articles in a leer or annealing arch, to protect them from drafts.

Omnibusnoun

A volume containing collected and reprinted works of a single author or on a single theme.

Omnibusadjective

Pertaining to or dealing with a variety of topics at one time; as, omnibus legislation; an omnibus budget bill.

Omnibusnoun

an anthology of articles on a related subject or an anthology of the works of a single author

Omnibusnoun

a vehicle carrying many passengers; used for public transport;

‘he always rode the bus to work’;

Omnibusadjective

providing for many things at once;

‘an omnibus law’;

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