- 1 1.1 (taxi) to go by cabto call a cabir en taxi(before noun) cab driver cab rank o standllamar a un taxiparada (feminine) de taxisExample sentences1.2 (horse-drawn)
- The taxi cab driver, who hails from Guana, waited in the car during my meeting and then drove me back to the hotel.
- A taxi cab driver goes to the airport, which is in the next city 5-10 miles from his house, and he doesn't know where his costumer will tell him to go.
- A taxi cab driver and a pedestrian were also victims of drunken-driving by the prince who is known for his forays to discos and nightclubs.
- I longed for my parents to hire a horse-drawn cab instead of a taxi but that did not happen.
- And there's all these Victorian horse-drawn cabs outside and all the cabbies are trying to avoid eye-contact.
- The relaxation of licensing control on horse-drawn cabs in 1831 led to a great and necessary increase, J. A. Hansom inventing his famous cab in 1834.
- 2 (driver's compartment)Example sentences
- Detectives are hunting a gang who dragged a sleeping lorry driver from his cab in Bury and took him on a ‘ride of terror’.
- The student jumped onto the draw-bar separating the cab of the lorry from the trailer and travelled on the vehicle as far as the Mall where he either slipped or tried to jump off.
- Then a blue van struck the front of the lorry as it was in the ditch, pushing two ladders, which were on board, into the driver's side of the lorry cab.
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