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A person who travels some distance to work on a regular basis.‘a fault on the line caused widespread delays for commuters’
daily traveller, traveller, passengerView synonyms
- ‘Traffic started to build up in the city at around 6am, with thousands of commuters late for work.’
- ‘More early morning rain and mist is also on the way for commuters as they travel to work the following morning.’
- ‘I have to learn from the thousands of commuters who travel a long way to work every day.’
- ‘What the metro will do is reduce the travel time by at least half for most commuters.’
- ‘One Marlborough women commuter who travels to London daily said she had used Swindon station instead.’
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