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taxi in Air topic

taxitaxi2 verb (past tense and past participle taxied, present participle taxiing, third person singular taxis or taxies) [intransitive]  TTAif a plane taxis, it moves along the ground before taking off or after landing The plane taxied to a halt.→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
taxiAn hour later, taxiing across the glimmering surface of the lake, the floatplane approached the jetty.Packer and Sheehy were both taxiing around Sydney airport in their respective corporate jets on Tuesday when they accidentally collided.It was a wonderful feeling to put up an affirmative two fingers as the mechanic helped me taxi in.Slim Gordon started the motors and they were off, taxiing into position.