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[ kab-drahy-ver ]


  1. a driver driver of a taxicab or horse-drawn carriage.

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Word History and Origins

Origin of cabdriver1

First recorded in 1835–45; cab 1 + driver
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Example Sentences

As prime minister, she is often seen at food trucks and is known as Mia to cabdrivers and reporters.

A 14-year-old was charged in February with stabbing a cabdriver to death.

His mother was a governess who emigrated from Germany and his father a cabdriver from New York.

His father was a Jewish Lithuanian immigrant who worked as a cabdriver.

Cabdriver Michael Boldon and passenger Sandra Sutton-Wasmund of Maple Valley, Washington, were killed.

In an exclusive, a Cartagena cabdriver recounts his morning after with the women involved in the Secret Service scandal.

Cabdriver José Peña, who drove two of the escorts home from the hotel later that morning, heard much the same story.

Last August, during the “Ground Zero” mosque controversy, a Manhattan man stabbed a cabdriver after asking if he was a Muslim.

One of them is a cabdriver, and the other one is an electrician at Union Terminal.

I saw the cabdriver beside his cab, and saw a man cutting from one side of the street to the other.

Oh, yes; the ambulance already left before I ever left with the cabdriver.

Didn't you learn from the cabdriver that he hadn't taken him to 1026 North Beckley?

A Paris cabdriver, much vexed by the success of the omnibus, then just introduced, determined to start an opposition.