debus

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After debark (to disembark).

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debus (third-person singular simple present debusses, present participle debussing, simple past and past participle debussed)

  1. (chiefly military) To get off a bus.
    • 1990, K C Paval, "Indian Army After Independence", New Delhi: Lancer.
      The leading battalion [] arrived in the vicinity of Kushtia around 1400 hours and debussed.

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