to ride or travel in a taxicab.
(of an airplane) to move over the surface of the ground or water under its own power.
to cause (an airplane) to taxi.
- un·tax·ied, adjective
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How to use taxi in a sentence
In New York City, people can expect to see a Time Square billboard as well as taxis with roof-top Swipe.Group Nine’s new marketplace Swipe.Shop takes aim at mobile shoppers’ holiday spending | Kayleigh Barber | November 16, 2020 | Digiday
Harries also suggested thinking about how you get to the airport — taking a taxi or your own car instead of a crowded bus, for example.How risky is air travel in the pandemic? Here’s what the science says. | Brian Resnick | November 12, 2020 | Vox
Tesla and its CEO, Elon Musk, have frequently predicted that the Full Self Driving software will eventually enable a Tesla to drive itself without any human oversight, and even operate as a robotic taxi.What’s in a name? For Tesla’s Full Self Driving, it may be danger | dzanemorris | November 8, 2020 | Fortune
So I fly to London, organize a taxi service to schlep me out to the farm where it was stored … and nobody told them I was coming.
Everything from your morning news, music, and groceries, to your taxi home at night all delivered and operated by a single mega-corporation.Podcast: How Russia’s everything company works with the Kremlin | Anthony Green | September 30, 2020 | MIT Technology Review
The amphibian was taxiing slowly through the water, its nose pointed directly toward the beach.The Missing Formula | Mildred A. Wirt, AKA Ann Wirt
Meanwhile I might inquire where was Mrs. Spencer's shadow while she was taxiing up the avenue?The Cab of the Sleeping Horse | John Reed Scott
The roar of the motor is deafening as the big bird of the air goes taxiing across the earth.The Romance of Aircraft | Lawrence Yard Smith
They were about to despair when Madge noticed a black and red amphibian taxiing toward shore.The Deserted Yacht | Mildred A. Wirt, AKA Ann Wirt
In a short time he was back on the water again, taxiing to the Spindrift beach.The Electronic Mind Reader | John Blaine
British Dictionary definitions for taxi
Also called: cab, taxicab a car, usually fitted with a taximeter, that may be hired, along with its driver, to carry passengers to any specified destination
to cause (an aircraft) to move along the ground under its own power, esp before takeoff and after landing, or (of an aircraft) to move along the ground in this way
(intr) to travel in a taxi
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