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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcabbiecab‧bie, cabby /ˈkæbi/ noun [countable]  informalTTR a taxi driver
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cabbieI once had a cabbie called Supersad Morgan.Then first one, then another and finally eight cabbies all wandered over to see what the fuss was.The former Flatbush cabbie is showing off his suits: Pierre Cardin, all-wool, $ 7. 50.It will take helpful cabbies, pleasant shopkeepers, friendly hoteliers and a Valley-wide rudeness-free zone.I can't beat a London cabbie in rush-hour traffic.The old hut's been converted into a flower-shop, but the cabbies say they wanted to keep it for themselves.Holmes did not wait to pay the cabbie, but ran inside.Holmes turned to urge the cabbie on, as the horror dawned on me.
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