Examples of taxicab in a Sentence
took a taxicab to the airport
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Think of the millions of trucking, taxicab, and Uber jobs at risk if vehicles drive themselves.
When taxicabs complained, Uber defiantly kept hauling people.
Beijing’s municipal government has earmarked $1.3 billion to replace 70,000 city taxicabs with electric models.
If there’s no room at the shelter on the seacoast, for example, the 211 hotline would pay for a taxicab for someone to come to our shelter.
MyTaxi Also known as Hailo before a merger last year, MyTaxi connects users to London's iconic black taxicabs, which can be paid for with a credit or debit card through the app rather than with cash.
And for Bruce Willis’ flying taxicab—a full-size version of which sits in Cité du Cinéma’s cathedral-like lobby—Besson turned to Jean-Claude Mézières, cocreator of Valérian et Laureline.
The airport charge for basic, on-demand taxicab service is $3.30 for each pickup.
Cliché DJ press shots are littered across every billboard, taxicab, gift shop T-shirt and strip-club shuttle on the main drag, a symbol of Vegas' full conversion from buffet mecca to vastly overpriced shuffler's paradise.
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Origin and Etymology of taxicab
First Known Use: 1899See Words from the same year
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