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[tak-see-kab] /ˈtæk siˌkæb/
a public passenger vehicle, especially an automobile, usually fitted with a taximeter.
Origin of taxicab
1905-10; taxi(meter) + cab Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Access to the airport is available by taxicab and shuttle bus.
  • taxicab companies may not refuse to provide services to individuals with disabilities.
  • The humble, occasionally head-scratching taxicab roof light is coming in for a makeover.
  • He was not one to engage taxicab drivers in conversation, but such a thing as this he felt obligated to share.
  • B ut there are simple alternatives for large-scale attacks: mounting a dispersal device on the back of a taxicab.
Word Origin and History for taxicab

1907, from taxi (n.) + cab (n.).

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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