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mi·cro·bus

 (mī′krō-bŭs′)
n. pl. mi·cro·bus·es or mi·cro·bus·ses
A very small bus, often constructed on a van or car chassis.
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microbus

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˌbʌs)
n
(Automotive Engineering) US a large van which has seats in the back for passengers, and windows along its sides
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microbus

[ˈmaɪkrəʊˌbʌs] N (Aut) → microbús m
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to catch the pesero (community taxi) to Metro Chapultepec which goes directly to MetroIxtapala, and from there take another pesero to Johnson & Johnson.
Diego de Melo, portugues, maestro de ensenar a leer y escribir, vecino de la collacion de San Juan de la Palma, conviene como Luisa de Herrera, mujer de Hernando Pesero, y con Bautista de Espinosa, en su nombre, en tener en su casa y compania a Francisco de Herrera y a Gonzalo Pesero, sus hijos, por comensales y tiempo de un ano, durante el cual les dara de comer y beber y les ensenara a leer molde y procesado, a escribir y contar las cuatro reglas, a cambio de cincuenta ducados pagaderos por los tercios del ano, obligandose a tenerlos todo el tiempo de mas que precisasen hasta terminar el aprendizaje de sin recibir nada mas.
ON THE PESERO HOME--whizzing through Chapultepec Park, cumbias blaring, some kid's backpack shoved in my face--I am thinking of two things.
Its origins can be traced to the merolico and the traveling salesperson, the street musician and the pesero or metro announcer.