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Verb
/kəˈmyo͞ot/,
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commutes, 3rd person singular present; commuted, past tense; commuted, past participle; commuting, present participle;
  1. Travel some distance between one's home and place of work on a regular basis
    • - she commuted from Westport in to Grand Central Station
  2. Reduce (a judicial sentence, esp. a sentence of death) to one less severe
    • - the governor recently commuted the sentences of dozens of women convicted of killing their husbands
  3. Change one kind of payment or obligation for (another)

  4. Replace (an annuity or other series of payments) with a single payment
    • - if he had commuted some of his pension, he would have received $330,000
  5. (of two operations or quantities) Have a commutative relationship

Noun
  1. A regular journey of some distance to and from one's place of work


  1. a regular journey of some distance to and from your place of work; "there is standing room only on the high-speed commute"
  2. exchange positions without a change in value; "These operators commute with each other"
  3. travel back and forth regularly, as between one's place of work and home
  4. permute: change the order or arrangement of; "Dyslexics often transpose letters in a word"
  5. exchange a penalty for a less severe one
  6. change: exchange or replace with another, usually of the same kind or category; "Could you convert my dollars into pounds?"; "He changed his name"; "convert centimeters into inches"; "convert holdings into shares"
  7. In mathematics an operation is commutative if changing the order of the operation does not change the end result. It is a fundamental property of many binary operations, and many mathematical proofs depend on it. ...
  8. (Commuter (Iarnród Éireann)) Commuter is the brand name given to the suburban rail services operated by Iarnród Éireann in the Republic of Ireland. ...
  9. (The Commuter) The Commuter is a science-fiction short story written by Philip K. Dick.
  10. To travel from one's home (usually in the suburbs of a city) to one's workplace (usually in the city itself, or in another city) to go to work, or vice versa; To engage in a commutative operation; To pay out the lump-sum present value of an annuity; To reduce the sentence previously given ...
  11. (commuter) A person who regularly travels from one place to another, typically to work; A piece of transportation equipment used for the transportation of such persons; Typically of an aircraft, train etc., designed for use by commuters
  12. (Commuter) An air carrier operator operating under 14 CFR 135 that carries passengers on at least five round trips per week on at least one route between two or more points according to its published flight schedules that specify the times, day of the week, and places between which these flights ...
  13. (commuter) An exempt for-hire air carrier that publishes a time schedule on specific routes; a special type of air taxi.
  14. (commuter) a student who lives off campus in housing that is not owned by, operated by, or affiliated with the college. This category includes students who commute from home and students who have moved to the area to attend college.
  15. (Commuter) one who spends his life in riding to and from his wife.
  16. (Commuter) A student not assigned campus administered housing.
  17. (commuter) term referring to the small, regional airlines, sometimes called puddle-jumpers
  18. (COMMUTERS) the I second J commuter forum will be held* on J Monday, Feb. 8, in 203 Zurn. The meeting i will begin at h 1:45 and will provide an^ update onfthe sueof cess our proposals.
  19. (Commuters) Cape Air · Cape Air - Nantucket Airlines · Era Alaska · Grant Aviation · Kenmore Air · Pacific Wings · PenAir · SeaPort Airlines
  20. (commutes) (vb.): changes; makes less severe
  21. (Commuting) travel between a person's home and place of work.
  22. (Commuting) As a classification for insurance purposes, commuting indicates that the car is used mainly for your transport between work and your home and/or school and your home.
  23. (Commuting) Covers drivers to drive back and forth to a fixed place of work.
  24. (Commuting) Fatal events or exposures that occurred during a person's commute to or from work are OUT of scope, unless the incident occurred on the employer's premises.
  25. (Commuting) The action of travelling to work or study. Commuting is often a problem for many people and can prove stressful if the mode of transport used is not particularly suitable. ...