noun, plural taxis or taxies.
verb (used without object), taxied, taxiing or taxying.
to ride or travel in a taxicab.
(of an airplane) to move over the surface of the ground or water under its own power.
verb (used with object), taxied, taxiing or taxying.
to cause (an airplane) to taxi.
variant of taxo-:
noun (pl) taxis, taxies
Also called cab, taxicab. a car, usually fitted with a taximeter, that may be hired, along with its driver, to carry passengers to any specified destination
verb taxies, taxiing, taxying, taxied
to cause (an aircraft) to move along the ground under its own power, esp before takeoff and after landing, or (of an aircraft) to move along the ground in this way
(intransitive) to travel in a taxi
noun 1. a public passenger vehicle, especially an automobile, usually fitted with a taximeter.
noun 1. a girl or woman employed, as by a dance hall, to dance with patrons who pay a fee for each dance or for a set period of time. tatty
- Taxi dancing
noun 1. a system, as in a dance hall or hotel, whereby a person pays for a partner (taxi dancer) for a dance, payment being required for each individual dance during an evening
noun 1. the art of preparing and preserving the skins of animals and of stuffing and mounting them in lifelike form. noun 1. the art or process of preparing, stuffing, and mounting animal skins so that they have a lifelike appearance