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taxinoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈtæk.si/ (also taxicab, also cab)
A1 a car with a driver who you pay to take you somewhere: I took a taxi from the station to the hotel. a taxi driver
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taxiverb [I]

uk   us   /ˈtæk.si/ (present participle taxiing, past tense and past participle taxied)
(of an aircraft) to move slowly on the ground
Translations of “taxi”
in Arabic سَيّارة أُجْرة…
in Korean 택시…
in Malaysian teksi…
in French taxi…
in Turkish taksi…
in Italian taxi…
in Chinese (Traditional) 計程車…
in Russian такси…
in Polish taksówka…
in Vietnamese xe tắc xi…
in Spanish taxi…
in Portuguese táxi…
in Thai รถแท็กซี่…
in German das Taxi…
in Catalan taxi…
in Japanese タクシー…
in Indonesian taksi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 出租汽车…
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