Taxi in Spanish | English to Spanish Translation
usage note
The plural of "taxi" is "taxis".
taxi
noun
1. (transport)
a. el taxi (M)
The bellhop at the hotel hailed us a taxi.El botones del hotel nos llamó un taxi.
intransitive verb
2. (aeronautics)
a. rodar por la pista
The plane is still taxying, so we're waiting for them at the baggage claim.El avión aún está rodando por la pista, así que estamos esperándolos en la recogida de equipajes.
taxi
[ˈtæksɪ]
noun
1. taxi (m)
  • taxi drivertaxista (sustantivo masculino)
  • taxi rankparada (f) de taxis(británico)
  • taxi standparada (f) de taxis(Estados Unidos)
intransitive verb
2. rodar (aircraft)
taxi [ˈtæksɪ]
noun
taxis taxies (cab) taxi (m); (collective taxi) colectivo (m); (LAm) pesero (m); (Méx)
intransitive verb
1 (Aer) rodar por la pista
2 (go by taxi) ir en taxi
modifier
taxi driver (n) taxista (m)
taxi fare (n) tarifa (f) de taxi
I'll pay the taxi fare yo pagaré el taxi
there was a dispute over the taxi fare
taxi rank (Britain)taxi stance (Scot)taxi stand (US) (n) parada (f) de taxis
taxi
masculine noun
1. (transport)
a. taxi
Ya no hay buses esta noche. Tendremos que volver en taxi.There are no more buses tonight. We'll have to go back by taxi.
b. cab
¿Quieres que te llame un taxi para que te lleve a casa?Do you want me to call you a cab to drive you home?
taxi
masculine noun
1. taxi, cab
taxi
taxi; cab
fuimos en taxi we went by taxi
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