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minicab
American English: /ˈmɪniˌkæb/
British English: /ˈmɪnɪkab/

Translation of minicab in Spanish:

noun

  • (British English) (que se pide por teléfono)
    Example sentences
    • The idea is designed to ensure clubbers can get home safely by using a licensed minicab rather than being picked up by drivers touting for business.
    • Because my staff are mostly young girls, I make sure they all get safely home after a late shift, they get driven home and don't have to wait for taxi's, minicabs or buses.
    • Now 170 members of the private hire trade, both drivers and office telephonists, have petitioned Hull Council to fund the installation of cameras in minicabs and taxis.

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