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taxi

US [ˈtæksi]
UK ['tæksɪ]
  • n.出租车;计程车
  • v.滑行;乘出租车
  • Web的士;出租汽车;终极杀阵
Plural Form:taxis  Simple Present:taxies  Present Participle:taxiing  Past Tense:taxied  
taxi
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n.
1.
出租汽车;计程车;的士a car with a driver that you pay to take you somewhere. Taxis usually have meters which show how much money you have to pay.
a taxi driver/ride
出租汽车司机;乘出租车出行
We'd better take a taxi .
我们最好乘出租车。
I came home by taxi .
我是坐出租车回家的。
to order/hail/call a taxi
要╱招呼╱叫出租车
2.
(非洲某些地方走固定路线、乘客可随时上下的)小公共汽车,小巴士in some places in Africa, a small bus with a driver that you pay to take you somewhere. Taxis usually have fixed routes and stop wherever passengers need to get on or off.
v.
1.
[i]
(起飞前或降落后在地面上)滑行to move slowly along the ground before taking off or after landing

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