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cab

noun [C] uk   us   /kæb/

cab noun [C] (PART OF VEHICLE)

the separate front part of a large vehicle, such as a truck, bus, or train, in which the driver sits

cab noun [C] (VEHICLE)

B1 a taxi: It'll save time if we go by cab.
See also
in the past, a vehicle pulled by a horse, used as a taxi
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