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noun [uncountable] transit pronunciation in British English /ˈtrænzɪt/
  1. 1
    the activity or process of moving someone or something from one place to another
    in transit: Our suitcases were damaged in transit.
  2. 2
    American a system of buses, trains etc that people use to travel around a particular city or area
    public transit (=operated by the local government rather than a private company): increased funding for public transit

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