Commute

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Routine TravelPlay
The word 'commute' implies a routine or habitual journey to a place of work or study. SlideHis daily commute involves a train and a bus.
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Distance ImpliedPlay
'Commute' suggests that the work or study location is some distance from home. SlideShe moved closer to the city to shorten her commute.
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Not Casual TravelPlay
Use 'commute' for regular, not occasional or casual, travel to work or school. SlideI won't commute daily to the new office; I'll work from home sometimes.