Origin of taxi
OTHER WORDS FROM taxiun·tax·ied, adjective
Other definitions for taxi (2 of 2)
How to use taxi in a sentence
On Friday, a 26-year-old woman ordered a taxi in Delhi using the Uber app.
Why call a taxi when you can hail a Lyft to pick up visiting family and friends?
He helped her to the waiting taxi and back into the apartment.
He declined to award £30 to Miss Manners for her taxi journey but awarded her £10 travel expenses.How A British Aristocrat Used Big Game Hunter’s Sperm To Get Pregnant Without His Permission|Tom Sykes|December 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This meant that Palestinian taxi drivers had to drive through the Israeli settlement of Bet El.
Late one night, when taxi-cabs were scarce, he found that his quickest way to reach home would be by means of one of the tubes.Uncanny Tales|Various
The day dawned with a steady drizzle of rain, and, after a poor attempt at breakfast, I scoured the neighbourhood for a taxi.
He was a young man, and he wore some sort of a uniform—that of a chauffeur, taxi driver, or something of the sort.
Rounding a corner, Black Hood sighted a taxi cab cruising along.
"I'm in a big hurry to get to a masquerade," Black Hood said as he opened the door of the taxi.