Translation of minibus in Spanish:

minibus

microbús, n.

Pronunciation /ˈmɪniˌbəs//ˈmɪnɪbʌs/

noun

  • 1

    microbús masculine
    micro masculine
    • In developing countries, pedestrians, cyclists, and passengers in minibuses and buses frequently belong to lower socioeconomic groups.
    • Why would anyone choose a taxi, if buses, minibuses or ojek are available at any time and are cheaper?
    • There are old blue and white minibuses everywhere overflowing with passengers.
    • The fact the Multiple Sclerosis Society seems to use Tremaine Road as a parking garage for its ambulances and minibuses does not help either.
    • Roadblocks would also focus on public passenger transport to ensure that minibuses and buses were roadworthy and not overloaded.
    • Nine coaches and minibuses have been taken off the road after roadside checks uncovered a worrying catalogue of defects, including faulty brakes.
    • City records show there are 12,764 minivans, 4,981 minibuses and 5,411 buses operating in the city.
    • Locals looked on in surprise as hitch-hikers, cyclists, bikers, cars, vans and minibuses filled up the village square.
    • About 50 group members will protest, hanging banners on taxis and minibuses parked outside the legislature.
    • Tinted windows of minibuses allowed the police to fix their spotless head-gear at exactly the right angles.
    • There are regular minibuses; passengers from Shanghai may wish to catch the one that leaves at 7: 40 pm.
    • The Bishop's anger has sparked many an argument, in bars, among passengers in commuter minibuses, even among church congregations.
    • The move comes after a fatal collision between a taxi and two speeding minibuses which ran a red light in North Point on October 22.
    • They have tried sharing cars and hiring expensive minibuses but some have children at other schools which means hours spent on the road every morning and evening.
    • It was also decided that caravans, goods vehicles, minibuses or coaches could be charged 25 per cent more for single crossings.
    • He plans to run minibuses, which have higher operating costs per passenger than coaches, and some argue that his decision not to run all the way into central London will put passengers off.
    • Transport in Beijing is plentiful in the shape of regular buses, minibuses, subways and taxis.
    • For example, he said, the government could permit minibuses and taxis to pick up and drop off passengers in restricted areas in public housing estates.
    • Currently, city public buses use the slow lane together with minibuses and private cars, often causing heavy traffic congestion.
    • Others packed onto coaches, hired minibuses, brought cars and even cycled to get to the march.