mini buses

minibus

[min-ee-buhs]
noun
a small bus, seating about 15 passengers and typically transporting people short distances.
Also called microbus.


Origin:
1840–50; mini- + bus1; the 19th-century word, meaning “small carriage,” perhaps mini(mum) + (omni)bus

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minibus (ˈmɪnɪˌbʌs)
 
n
a small bus able to carry approximately ten passengers

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