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commute between (places)

To make a routine trip between one's home and one's place of work or school. Until you relocate, you'll have to commute between Philadelphia and Manhattan every day.
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commute from (some place)

To make a routine trip to one's place of work or school from another location (often where one lives). Until you relocate to Manhattan, you'll have to commute from Philadelphia for work.
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commute (something) into (something)

1. To make a routine trip (typically into a city) to one's place of work or school. Until I relocate, I'll have to commute into Manhattan for work every day.
2. To change or transform something into something else. I doubt that the judge will commute that sentence into a lesser punishment.
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commute between places

to travel between the place where one works and the place where one lives. I have to commute between Chicago and Detroit every week. Mary has commuted between New York City and New Jersey for years.
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commute from some place

to travel to work from some place. I commute from way out in the country. Betty commutes from only a few miles away and will be here very soon.
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commute something into something

to change something into something. No one, as it turns out, can commute lead into gold. I had hoped to commute this argument into a sensible discussion, but it is hopeless.
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Workers age 25 to 29 showed the highest increase in public transportation commuting between 2006 and 2013, from 5.
The most popular destinations outside Wales for commuting are Cheshire West and Chester, with 21,600 commuters, followed by 7,900 to Bristol, 6,700 to Shropshire and 2,500 to Herefordshire.
Hence identity considerations do not support allowing the deduction of commuting expenses beyond their supporting the assumption that for some taxpayers--those who associate their place of residence with their identity--place of residence is less elastic.
Participants completed a survey on commuting and were identified as active (i.
N Only five per cent of commuting is by national rail, but these journeys account for 46 per cent of all rail travel, with more than half of these journeys made in London and the southeast.
A taxpayer may deduct daily transportation expenses incurred in commuting between his home office and another work location in the same trade or business, regardless of whether the work location is regular or temporary and regardless of the distance.
According to the 1970 data, more than 80 percent of all economic areas had in-commuting and out-commuting rates of 3 percent or less, and more than 85 percent had net commuting rates of 1 percent or less (table 1 and chart 1).
This contract is a contract for services relating to the organization of commuting to sites Calberson, Radio France Mangin Radio Campus France and Fmr building.
But the average commuting time for women in the same early-40s age bracket is 17.
Louis, Missouri, who studied nearly 4,300 commuters, found that people who traveled 10 miles to work were more likely to have high blood pressure and workers commuting 15 miles had a greater risk of being obese and not getting enough exercise.
Fourteen percent of all American workers report they spend at least 45 minutes commuting.
They found that respondents' ratio of positive to negative emotions was particularly low during time spent commuting.
19 per cent of all distance travelled is for commuting