Commute

Com*mute"

, v. i. 1. To obtain or bargain for exemption or substitution; to effect a commutation.
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He . . . thinks it unlawful to commute, and that he is bound to pay his vow in kind.
Jer. Taylor.
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2. To pay, or arrange to pay, in gross instead of part by part; as, to commute for a year's travel over a route.
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3. to travel regularly from a place of residence to another place, such as where one's daily work is performed. Often, such travel is performed between a suburb and a nearby city; as, to commute to work.
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