carpool

[kahr-pool]
noun Also, car pool.
1.
Also, carpooling, car pooling. an arrangement among a group of automobile owners by which each owner in turn drives the others or their children to and from a designated place.
2.
those included in such an arrangement.
verb (used without object)
3.
Also, car-pool. to form or participate in a carpool.

Origin:
1940–45; car1 + pool2

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carpool (ˈkɑːˌpuːl)
 
vb, —n
another term for carshare
 
'carpooling
 
n

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carpool
by 1942, Amer.Eng., from car + pool (2).
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Example sentences
Human fathers might pride themselves on being dedicated breadwinners, diligent
  carpool drivers or convenient camping buddies.
However, practically, this is still kind of silly because of the carpool lane
  thing.
If sharing one car all the time is not realistic for your family, try to
  carpool as often as possible.
Whenever possible, take public transportation to work or school, or organize a
  carpool.
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