Meaning of “cabstand” in the English Dictionary


"cabstand" in English

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cabstandnoun [ C ]

uk /ˈkæb.stænd/ us /ˈkæb.stænd/ US UK taxirank

Examples from literature

  • A fortnight ago I was at a cabstand at the West End, talking to a cab-driver, when some drops of rain came down. 
  • After driving through the side-street we came to the large cabstand where Jerry had said "Good-night." 
  • When he asked himself the question he knew that he would not go to his club, and yet he pretended to doubt about it, as he made his way to a cabstand in Tottenham Court Road. 

(Definition of “cabstand” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)