Definition of cabdriver
: a driver of a cab
Recent Examples of cabdriver from the Web
Two Philadelphia girls, ages 16 and 17, have been charged as adults in the gunpoint robberies of two cabdrivers and two Ecuadoran tourists in Upper Darby last month.
The man who attacked Kurdieh, a 30-year cabdriver in Chicago, was described as a black man with a dark complexion, about 20 to 24 years old, standing about 5-foot-7 and weighing 120 to 130 pounds.
A cabdriver drove three women from the District to Woodbridge.
The cabdriver who flagged down officers testified at Davis' first trial that Davis didn't look like the man who tried to rob him.
Jacobson originally was convicted in April 2010 in the Jan. 28, 2009 fatal collision along Peña Boulevard that also injured cabdriver Nejmudean Abdusalam.
The taxi center invites cabdrivers to rest their feet in a cluttered office with utilitarian furnishings and fliers taped to the walls.
The last occurred in 1947, when a mob beat, stabbed, and shot to death Willie Earle, a twenty-four-year-old black man who had been accused of murdering a white cabdriver from Greenville.
Guides to help determine the right tips for waiters, cabdrivers and porters around the world can be found at Magellan’s and others.
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Definition of cabdriver for English Language Learners
: a person who drives a taxi
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