a public passenger vehicle, especially an automobile, usually fitted with a taximeter.
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How to use taxicab in a sentence
It came from the collection of Robert and Ethel Scull, who had made their money running a taxicab empire.“I’ve Been Working My Ass Off for You to Make that Profit?” (Ep. 485) | Stephen J. Dubner | December 9, 2021 | Freakonomics
Try to pay for a taxicab in Shanghai or Shenzhen with physical notes, and prepare for dirty looks.How China’s Digital Currency Could Challenge the Almighty Dollar | Charlie Campbell | August 11, 2021 | Time
The mortally wounded Cherry lost control of his Maserati and the car careened into a taxicab, causing it to burst into flames.Shooting on the Strip: Las Vegas’s Prostitution Secret | John L. Smith | August 4, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
That makes it harder to get everything from a taxicab to a job.
She'd seen ads for it on New York City buses and taxicab tops, the anonymous columnist notoriously vicious.
For a few seconds the silence was unbroken save for a whir of a taxicab passing outside.The Doctor of Pimlico | William Le Queux
With fingers that were almost frenzied, Houston copied the notation, closed the book, and hurried again for a taxicab.The White Desert | Courtney Ryley Cooper
Still it was an entirely natural and easy thing to keep one arm around Maria when they got into the taxicab.
Still, for the moment he obeyed instructions implicitly and went down the stairs gingerly and out to the taxicab.
Lifting himself up on his hands and knees he saw Jim and Elaine scrambling into a taxicab.