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cabby

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Pronunciation: /ˈkabi
 
/
(also cabbie)

Definition of cabby in English:

noun (plural cabbies)

informal
A taxi driver: the cabby had some trouble finding my address
More example sentences
  • I was so moved that I actually asked my cabby if we could turn around and go back (he declined).
  • So I get the cabby to drop me off by his house only i t took a bit of difficulty remembering where it was as I'd only been there a couple of times before.
  • But what about my cabby's fear of losing his English identity?

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