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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Motor vehicles
minicabmin‧i‧cab /ˈmɪnikæb/ noun [countable] British English  TTCa taxi that you have to order by telephone, not one that you can stop in the street
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minicabMotorcycles, coaches, minicabs, taxis, school buses and buses for the elderly will also be exempt.I was recently in a Mercedes minicab driven by a 97-year-old retired gangster called Scarred Harry.We do that in Parliament and my minicab drivers tell me that they work about 60 or 70 hours a week.Not the richest of pickings, usually left to the fly-by-night minicabs.During the minicab ride to Josie's place, Lucy did a little mental stocktaking.It says unlicensed minicabs are the most dangerous form of public transport.His second victim was minicab driver Javaid Iqbal.
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