cabby
noun see cabbie

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • cabby — (also cabbie) ► NOUN (pl. cabbies) informal ▪ a taxi driver …   English terms dictionary

  • cabby —    Oliver’s Story, by Erich Segal, has the following exchange: ‘“What are you, buddy,” said the cabby, “an amnesiac?” “What are you, cabby,” I retorted, “Woody Allen?”’ A British example of ‘cabby’ used to a taxi driver occurs in Thursday… …   A dictionary of epithets and terms of address

  • cabby — cabbie UK [ˈkæbɪ] / US or cabby UK / US noun [countable] Word forms cabbie : singular cabbie plural cabbies informal a taxi driver …   English dictionary

  • cabby — /kab ee/, n., pl. cabbies. Informal. a cabdriver. Also, cabbie. [1855 60; CAB(DRIVER) + Y2] * * * …   Universalium

  • cabby — noun /ˈkæb.i/ a cabdriver, someone who drives a taxi …   Wiktionary

  • cabby — see cabbie …   English dictionary

  • cabby — cab·by || kæbɪ n. cabdriver, taxi driver …   English contemporary dictionary

  • cabby — (also cabbie) noun (plural cabbies) informal a taxi driver …   English new terms dictionary

  • cabby — cab·by …   English syllables

  • cabby — [ˈkæbi] noun [C] informal a taxi driver …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

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