[kuh-myoo-ter] /kəˈmyu tər/
a person who , especially between home and work.
of or for ; serving commuters:
a commuter railroad.
of or relating to a flight, plane, or airline that carries passengers over relatively short distances and usually serves small communities.
1865, American English, “holder of a commutation ticket,” agent noun from commute (v.).
noun 1. .
noun 1. a suburban region housing many people who commute to a nearby city in which they work.
noun 1. a marriage between spouses who live apart, usually because of the locations of their jobs, and who regularly travel to be together, as on weekends. noun 1. a marriage in which the partners live some distance apart most of the time, usually because of separate work commitments
[kuh-moh-shuh n] /kəˈmoʊ ʃən/ noun 1. violent or tumultuous motion; agitation; noisy disturbance: What’s all the commotion in the hallway? 2. political or social disturbance or upheaval; sedition; insurrection. /kəˈməʊʃən/ noun 1. violent disturbance; upheaval 2. political insurrection; disorder 3. a confused noise; din n. late 14c., from Middle French commocion “violent motion, agitation” (12c., […]