Definition of 'taxi'
Example sentences containing 'taxi'
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Uber is criticised for throwing regular taxi drivers out of work. Times, Sunday Times (2016)From there, he takes a taxi to the wrong address. Times, Sunday Times (2017)About 200 local councils require taxi drivers to sit an assessment. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Getting there from the town involves a taxi or the hotel 's courtesy bus up a very steep hill. The Sun (2016)I made it downstairs in time to get my taxi back to town with the others who live near me. The Sun (2016)A taxi driver was also shot. Times, Sunday Times (2017)I was going to get a taxi home but he said he'd drive me. The Sun (2016)I telephoned the wife and told her to call a taxi and get to Wembley. The Sun (2016)His father, a taxi driver, succumbed to pancreatic cancer. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He had to run along the track, carrying his boots, before catching a taxi to the ground. Times, Sunday Times (2017)They arrested a local taxi driver and returned the laptop. The Sun (2011)What about bus and taxi drivers who want a pint before work? The Sun (2012)The collaboration opens up the possibility of a driverless taxi and car hire network. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We felt like a free hotel and taxi service with no recognition or thanks. The Sun (2012)Taxi drivers are stepping up a fight against mobile phone technology that is undercutting their business. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Ordinarily a taxi aircraft would be sent to pick her up. Spitfire Women of World War II (2007)Why did the men not take a taxi to the restaurant? Times, Sunday Times (2011)Is it fair that we split the cost of the taxi three ways? Times, Sunday Times (2007)He loved going with his taxi friends to help. The Sun (2014)It is not uncommon for law students to end up as taxi drivers. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The men were killed along with their taxi driver. Times, Sunday Times (2012)My husband had to return by taxi and we were left for two days without a car. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Some of them were taken to hospitals by passing cars and taxis. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He stayed less than an hour before catching a taxi to his hotel. The Sun (2012)Both the concierge and taxi driver expressed surprise at my choice of activity. Times, Sunday Times (2009)We covered our faces and the taxi driver fronted it out and drove us slowly right through the middle of the thing. The Sun (2008)Maybe he's worried about getting a dodgy taxi driver. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He was in the front of the taxi, she was in the back. The Sun (2010)At one point, our taxi moved over in a busy street to allow a bus to overtake. The Sun (2012)At least anyone in Mumbai wanting a taxi or service in a restaurant once more had a fighting chance. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Its terminal will be extended, while extra space for planes to taxi and park will be added plus better transport links. The Sun (2016)A few others died because of pilot error: their own or that of a taxi pilot. Spitfire Women of World War II (2007)
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Translations for 'taxi'
British English: taxi /ˈtæksɪ/ NOUN
A taxi is a car driven by a person whose job is to take people where they want to go in return for money.
The taxi stopped in front of the club.
- American English: taxi
- Arabic: تَاكْسِي
- Brazilian Portuguese: táxi
- Chinese: 出租车
- Croatian: taksi
- Czech: taxi
- Danish: taxi
- Dutch: taxi
- European Spanish: taxi
- Finnish: taksi
- French: taxi
- German: Taxi
- Greek: ταξί
- Italian: taxi
- Japanese: タクシー
- Korean: 택시
- Norwegian: drosje
- Polish: taksówka
- European Portuguese: táxi
- Romanian: taxi
- Russian: такси
- Spanish: taxi
- Swedish: taxi
- Thai: รถแท็กซี่
- Turkish: taksi
- Ukrainian: таксі
- Vietnamese: taxi
British English: taxi VERB
When an aircraft taxis along the ground, or when a pilot taxis a plane somewhere, it moves slowly along the ground.
She gave permission to the plane to taxi into position and hold for takeoff.
Definition of taxi from the Collins English Dictionary
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