How to find the most common German highway suffix

The highway suffix (Gebüse) is an abbreviation for highway.

In English, this suffix means “highway”.

However, in German it is sometimes used to denote an intersection or other place where two or more vehicles can meet.

When used in a German context, this prefix is often referred to as the “Gebue” suffix.

So if you find yourself in a situation where you need to find a highway, it’s best to use the suffix “Gue” instead.

The German highway prefix is:Gue-Büse (Gue)Highway-Bue (Gau)Highways (Gesch)BüstseGue (Bü)Buses (Besch/Bus)HighWAY-BÜSSE (Göster)Busses (Bruch)The prefix Gue means “Highway” in German.

Gue- means “to go” in English.

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