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cabbie

Syllabification: cab·bie
Pronunciation: /ˈkabē
 
/
(also cabby)

Definition of cabbie in English:

noun (plural cabbies)

informal
A taxicab driver.
Example sentences
  • According to one cabbie, the unlicensed drivers are touting for trade on Chislehurst High Street without insurance and picking up unsuspecting customers.
  • You'll see snake charmers, vendors hawking everything under the sun, the occasional elephant and taxi drivers that put a New York cabbie to shame.
  • Berlin is a scary place to drive, and my mother had asked this cabbie how on earth he could handle it without exploding and going crazy.

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