View definitions for commute
verb as in reduce punishment
There’s no commute, there’s no lunchtime or after work drinks.
These are issued when questionable weather overlaps with the commute but is not quite enough for an advisory.
For a cold commute, the best winter gloves will allow you to use touch screen technology without going barehanded.
At one point, before her hour-long commute, she reportedly mentioned that her hands were cold.
As workers return to offices, they may still feel most comfortable with socially distant commutes rather than public transit.
The rapid rise of the sharing economy is changing the way people around the world commute, shop, vacation, and borrow.
A tense commute to work in Houston will start to resemble a tense commute in Boston or New York City.
It meant a serious commute, and a few quibbles from the locals about jumping to a rival, but Malania put in the hours.
Stephanie lives in the Bronx and works in Manhattan, a commute that should take 45 minutes.
He will spend the rest of his commute sedentary, and she upright.
McAllen didn't look in the least like a man who could afford nowadays to commute by air between the Mediterranean and California.
His voice was for the gallows,—but, in consideration of the criminal's rank, he would consent to commute the cord for the axe.
When a man wanted to commute then he paid a monthly fee to the railroad and they printed his name on this official list.
Did you commute back and forth from your sister's home in Irving?
I've got enough money to commute, when the time comes, and I'll feel a lot better if I go through with it now I've started.
On this page you'll find 79 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to commute, such as: drive, go back and forth, and take the bus/subway/train.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.