any of various horse-drawn vehicles, as a hansom or brougham, especially one for public hire.
the covered or enclosed part of a locomotive, truck, crane, etc., where the operator sits.
the glass-enclosed area of an airport control tower in which the controllers are stationed.
to ride in a taxicab or horse-drawn cab:
They cabbed to the theater.
Tom Gerrard Louis Becke
A Study In Scarlet Arthur Conan Doyle
(as modifier): a cab rank
the enclosed compartment of a lorry, locomotive, crane, etc, from which it is driven or operated
(formerly) a light horse-drawn vehicle used for public hire
(Austral, informal) first cab off the rank, the first person, etc, to do or take advantage of something
an ancient Hebrew measure equal to about 2.3 litres (4 pints)
(in Britain) Citizens’ Advice Bureau
(in the US) Civil Aeronautics Board
Civil Aeronautics Board
coronary artery bypass
Metallurgy. to cut up (iron or steel bars) for fagoting.
a driver of a taxicab or horse-drawn carriage. Contemporary Examples Colombian Cabdriver Recounts Escorts’ Reaction to Secret Service Feud Mac Margolis, Jenny Gonzalez April 20, 2012 Colombian Cabdriver Recounts Escorts’ Reaction to Secret Service Feud Mac Margolis, Jenny Gonzalez April 20, 2012 Shooting on the Strip: Las Vegas’s Prostitution Secret John L. Smith August 3, […]
abbreviation (in Britain) Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment
Cabiri. Historical Examples History of Phoenicia George Rawlinson Ancient Faiths And Modern Thomas Inman Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Part 4 Various Ancient Egypt George Rawlinson