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Spanish translation of 'cabbie'

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cabbie

(informal) or cabby (informal) [ˈkæbɪ ]
noun
[of taxi] taxista mf
[of horse-drawn cab] (archaic) cochero m

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Example Sentences Including 'cabbie'

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And they did the same at the accused cabbie's former address six doors away.
The Sun (2011)
Earlier this year he clashed with a fellow cabbie at the airport.
The Sun (2011)
I was particularly cross because my dad is a cabbie and a taxi had been hit.
The Sun (2009)
The former cabbie added: 'The town needs positive news to encourage businesses to get the economy growing again.
The Sun (2012)
The former cabbie said that many families found it difficult to support their relative if they had a drug problem.
Times, Sunday Times (2009)
The cabbie says he hasn't made his mind up yet how he's going to vote.
Times, Sunday Times (2014)

Trends of 'cabbie'

Used Rarely. cabbie is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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'cabbie' in Other Languages

British English: cabbie NOUN
A cabbie is a person who drives a taxi.
  • American English: cabbie
  • Brazilian Portuguese: taxista
  • Chinese: 出租车司机
  • European Spanish: taxista
  • French: chauffeur de taxi
  • German: Taxifahrer
  • Italian: tassista
  • Japanese: タクシー運転手
  • Korean: 택시 운전사
  • European Portuguese: taxista
  • Latin American Spanish: taxista

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Translation of cabbie from the Collins English to Spanish
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