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American English: /ˈtæksi/
British English: /ˈtaksi/

Translation of taxi in Spanish:

noun plural taxis

intransitive verb taxies, taxiing or taxying taxied

  • (Aviation)
    rodar por la pista de despegue/de aterrizaje
    Example sentences
    • Airplanes taxiing for takeoff, for instance, must wait for departing aircraft to take off, or for landing aircraft to arrive and clear the runway.
    • Glinting in the pinkish sunlight, the aircraft taxied slowly across the busy airport and took off on schedule 25 minutes later.
    • The ground crew then refit the pogos so the aircraft can taxi back to the hangar.
    Example sentences
    • Unable to gain enough power to take off, the two airmen taxied the aircraft 15 miles back to Azuzeyih.
    • A No.75 Squadron pilot taxies a Hornet out on to the runway at RAAF Base Tindal for a mission during Exercise Aces North.
    • Use caution in taxiing retractable-gear aircraft through slush or mud.

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