minibus美 [ˈminiˌbʌs] 英 ['mɪnɪbʌs]
a small vehicle with seats for about twelve people
a small bus for about ten to fifteen people
A train crashed with a minibus in southern Israel on Thursday, killing at least seven people, the Magen David Adom ambulance service said.
I would have been more impressed if I hadn't been the veteran of a number of minibus journeys to Cardiff for big football matches.
Up to 12 people are reported to have been killed in a suicide bomb attack on a minibus carrying foreigners near the Afghan capital, Kabul.
The automobile manufacturer continued to produce minibus to meet the farmers' demand at low profit.
As I pulled up to the gates in a hired minibus, two armed guards straightened their backs and saluted.
But they were also against a sharp increase in minibus-taxi fares, the main form of transport for poor people throughout Africa.
Also in the Iraqi capital, at least four people were killed today when a bomb exploded on a minibus.
You must always wear a seat belt when sitting in the front seat or middle front seat of a minibus or taxi.
Then a minibus driver held a note from a window. Another truck driver tossed a 10 Pakistani rupee note into the air with a wave.
You may hail or request a red minibus to stop anywhere the driver is allowed to stop .