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Pronunciation of Commute: Learn how to pronounce Commute in English correctly

Learn how to say Commute correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word commute:

verb
1 [no object] travel some distance between one’s home and place of work on a regular basis:
he commuted from Corby to Kentish Town
2 [with object] reduce (a judicial sentence, especially a sentence of death) to another less severe one:
the governor commuted the sentence to fifteen years’ imprisonment
(commute something for/into) change one kind of payment or obligation for (another):
tithes were commuted into an annual sum varying with the price of corn
replace (an annuity or other series of payments) with a single payment:
if he had commuted some of his pension he would have received £330,000
3 [no object] Mathematics (of two operations or quantities) have a commutative relation:
operators which do not commute with each other
noun
a regular journey of some distance to and from one’s place of work:
the daily commute
Origin:
late Middle English (in the sense ‘interchange (two things’)): from Latin commutare, from com- ‘altogether’ + mutare ‘to change’. commute (sense 1 of the verb) originally meant to buy and use a commutation ticket, the US term for a season ticket (because the daily fare is commuted to a single payment)