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air travel or transportation by aircraft. [1/8 definitions]
airlift the systematic transportation of people or supplies by air when ground routes are impossible or dangerous to use, esp. in a battle zone or during an emergency. [1/2 definitions]
airline a system of transportation by air offering scheduled flights between various points, or a business that owns and operates the equipment required by such a system. [1/2 definitions]
bus1 a large motor vehicle with many seats, usu. used for public transportation. [1/3 definitions]
busing in the United States, the transportation of school children in buses to schools that are not the nearest to their homes, esp. in order to achieve racial balance.
cab1 a horse-drawn carriage used for public transportation; brougham. [1/3 definitions]
cable railway a system of transportation in which enclosed passenger cars, pulled by a continuously moving underground cable, roll along rails.
cadge to cajole others into providing one's meals, lodging, or transportation. [1/2 definitions]
canal a man-made waterway for transportation or irrigation. [1/3 definitions]
caravansary an inn, esp. in the Middle East, with a large courtyard for the animals used as transportation in a caravan. [1/2 definitions]
carfare the amount charged for public transportation, as on a city bus.
change to transfer to a different conveyance or mode of transportation. [1/18 definitions]
charter of a vehicle or type of transportation, available or hired by contract. [1/7 definitions]
deadhead (informal) a person who uses a free ticket for transportation, admission, or the like; nonpaying customer. [1/5 definitions]
dispatcher a person who supervises the departure of vehicles for a transportation company. [1/2 definitions]
express of transportation, making few or no stops before the destination; rapid. (Cf. local.) [1/8 definitions]
fare the price paid to ride on commercial transportation, such as a bus, train, or airplane, or a passenger paying such a charge. [1/5 definitions]
flume an artificial channel or chute through which water flows, sometimes used for the transportation of logs or, in an amusement park, for boat rides. [1/3 definitions]
guideway a travel way designed to support a specific form of transportation such as a subway train or monorail. [1/2 definitions]
lighterage the loading, unloading, or transportation of goods by lighter or barge. [1/2 definitions]
line1 a transportation system, or a particular route taken by vehicles in the system. [1/19 definitions]