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To travel in a vehicle

go

verb

to travel to a place along a particular road or as part of a transport service

ride

verb

to travel in a car, train, plane etc, especially as a passenger

commute

verb

to travel regularly to and from work

come up

to travel to a place that is further north or is larger or more important than the place you are leaving

go down

to travel to a place that is smaller or less important than the place you are leaving

hitch

verb

to travel by asking other people to take you in their car, by standing at the side of a road and holding out your thumb or a sign

shuttle

verb

to travel frequently between two places, or to take people frequently between two places

traipse

verb

to travel to a place that is a long distance from where you are, especially for pleasure

cover

verb

to travel a particular distance

thumb a lift

to make a signal to a driver with your thumb when you want them to stop and take you somewhere

SOLE

… a teaching method in which groups of children learn independently using a computer linked to the internet

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bankster

a derogatory word used for referring to people in the banking and investment industry who are thought of as taking serious risks in order to increase their own earnings …

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