Definition of Commuting

1. Noun. The travel of a commuter.

Exact synonyms: Commutation
Generic synonyms: Travel, Traveling, Travelling
Derivative terms: Commute, Commute



Definition of Commuting

1. Verb. (present participle of commute) ¹

2. Noun. travel between home and workplace ¹

3. Adjective. Causing, or involved in commutation ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Commuting

1. commute [v] - See also: commute

Lexicographical Neighbors of Commuting

commutator length
commutator lengths
commutator subgroup
commutator subgroups
commutators
commute
commuted
commuter
commuter belt
commuter marriage
commuter rail
commuter traffic
commuter train
commuters
commutes
commuting
commutive
commutual
commy
comobilization
comodo
comodule
comodules
comonad
comonads
comonoid
comonoids
comonomer
comonomers
comorbid

Literary usage of Commuting

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. OECD Employment Outlook by OECD Staff (2005)
"After 6 months, up to 4 hours commuting or absence from home of more than 12 hours; ... Up to 3 hours commuting during the first Yes 3 months; more after. ..."

2. Business Law for Business Men: A Reference Book Showing the Laws of by Anthony Jennings Bledsoe (1907)
"A person commuting a homestead entry by false ... Following is a form of affidavit ^required of claimant upon commuting his entry: I, , claiming the right ..."

3. Transportation Statistics Annual Report (1997) edited by Marsha Fenn (1998)
"Some researchers suggest that in the long term the decentralization of employment will lead to shorter commuting distances. (Gordon and Wong 1995) BOX 7-5. ..."

4. The Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1835)
"... and withdrawn—Petitions for commutation of Tithes—Resolutions and Plan of Ministers for Commuting Tithes — The Measure is not proceeded with ..."

5. The Reformed Church of Ireland (1537-1886) by John Thomas Ball (1890)
"The commuting clergy were enabled, if they should at any time afterwards wish to retire from the discharge of duty, to do so, upon the condition that the ..."

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