There are very few other words or synonyms for commute. These include the words drive and go back and forth.
It's called commute
The power of commutation is a power only given to the president of the United States and is the power to commute (reduce) the length of a sentence or a fine by a court.
Article V. In other words, Article 5.
It's the other way around: in some cultures the language is represented in its written form by a script based on pictures. The best-known examples are the Egyptian hieroglyphs and the Chinese characters.
Well, to commute means to travel, or to take transportation. Some college students commute evey day to school. And many workers commute to get to work. So. . .a long commute is traveling a long way to work or school. !
There are many different lengths to society's average daily commute. Some people take 5 minutes others take hours to commute.
I commute because I can't work from home.
The word commute is both a noun (commute, commutes) and a verb (commute, commutes, commuting, commuted). The noun commute is a singular, common noun; word for an instance of a regular journey; the distance covered in a journey. The noun forms for the verb to commute are commuter, commutableness, commutability, and the gerund, commuting.
I commute to work every morning.
There is no wrong awnser in this question, you can commute at any age.
The countries that are trying to unite will be able to commute with each other.
Example sentence - We looked for a house close to our office in order to have a short commute each day.
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No it is not easy to commute around Dallas