bus shelter

bus shelter
noun (C) especially BrE a small structure with a roof that keeps people dry while they are waiting for a bus

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  • bus shelter — noun An open sided structure at a bus stop, giving some protection against the weather • • • Main Entry: ↑bus * * * ˈbus shelter [bus shelter bus shelters] noun a structure with a roof where people can stand while they are waiting for a bus …   Useful english dictionary

  • bus-shelter — bus shelters N COUNT A bus shelter is a bus stop that has a roof and at least one open side …   English dictionary

  • bus shelter — bus .shelter n especially BrE a small structure with a roof that keeps people dry while they are waiting for a bus …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • bus shelter — bus ,shelter noun count a structure that protects you from the weather while you are waiting for a bus …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • bus shelter — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms bus shelter : singular bus shelter plural bus shelters a structure that protects you from the weather while you are waiting for a bus …   English dictionary

  • bus shelter — /ˈbʌs ʃɛltə/ (say bus sheltuh) noun a rain shelter beside a bus stop …  

  • bus shelter — noun A building or other structure constructed near a bus stop, to provide seating and protection from the weather for the convenience of waiting passengers …   Wiktionary

  • ˈbus ˌshelter — noun [C] a structure that protects you from the weather while you are waiting for a bus …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • Unst Bus Shelter — im Juli 2004 Karte von Yell, Unst …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Atascadero - Bus Shelter (Amtrak Thruway Motorcoach station) — A bus shelter at city hall in Atascadero, California is served by Thruway Motorcoach. The next stop to the north is at Paso Robles and the next stop to the south is at San Luis Obispo (Amtrak station). External links*… …   Wikipedia

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