Definition of 'cabbie'
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A FORMER cabbie drove the wrong way on a dual carriageway after downing a bottle of vodka. The Sun (2016)The crazed cabbie then stormed towards them. The Sun (2011)Earlier this year he clashed with a fellow cabbie at the airport. The Sun (2011)The former cabbie said that many families found it difficult to support their relative if they had a drug problem. Times, Sunday Times (2009)And they did the same at the accused cabbie's former address six doors away. The Sun (2011)I was particularly cross because my dad is a cabbie and a taxi had been hit. The Sun (2009)The cabbie says he hasn't made his mind up yet how he's going to vote. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The former cabbie added: 'The town needs positive news to encourage businesses to get the economy growing again. The Sun (2012)
Trends of 'cabbie'
Used Rarely. cabbie is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'cabbie'
British English: cabbie NOUN
A cabbie is a person who drives a taxi.
Definition of cabbie from the Collins English Dictionary
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