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taxi

noun /ˈtӕksi/ ( plurals taxis, taxies)
( also taxi-cab, cab) a car, usually fitted with a taximeter, that can be hired with its driver, especially for short journeys;
taxi
I took a taxi from the hotel to the station.
taximeter noun ( usually abbreviated to meter) an instrument usually fitted to taxis to show the fare owed for the distance travelled/traveled.
taxímetro
taxi rank noun a place where taxis stand until hired
parada de taxis
There is a taxi rank at the railway station.
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 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…
(Definition of taxi from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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