Noun(1) a regular journey of some distance to and from your place of work
Verb(1) exchange positions without a change in value(2) travel back and forth regularly, as between one's place of work and home(3) change the order or arrangement of(4) exchange a penalty for a less severe one(5) exchange or replace with another, usually of the same kind or category
(1) On my daily commute , I have seen so many instances of bad driving by mobile phone users, from never indicating to slewing all over the road, that it is beyond all doubt that drivers using mobile phones are a menace.(2) Additionally, up to 130,000 passengers enter and leave the city by train and by air, who also commute to and from the railway station or the airport.(3) Hundreds commute on a daily basis from my constituency to the capital.(4) Bob, who works in marketing, wanted a shorter commute to his office.(5) A significant number of people commute daily to London, offset by commuters into Brighton and Hove from the surrounding county.(6) Anyone using ferries to commute or travel on business is going to want to cut down the time involved and will choose the new fast ferries in preference to the older slower vessels.(7) The second is the transport revolution that has made the distance that people can cover in their daily commute greater by the decade.(8) You see, the Governor can commute a death sentence.(9) It is a mathematical theory that studies topology using matrices, using operators that don't commute with each another.(10) Her husband, a doctor, was tired of a lengthy commute to work.(11) In other words, simultaneous measurements can only be mutually compatible for observables corresponding to operators that commute with each other.(12) By bike, it's a 15 minute commute to the new place.(13) the daily commute(14) I've gone from a two-hour commute to enjoying a five-minute stroll to work.(15) The eligible termination payment once again includes circumstances where a person can commute a pension in whole or in part?(16) Although it was possible to commute this payment into cash, the payment was almost always made in the form of these arms.