Definition of "cab" [cab]
- (noun) A taxicab.
- (noun) The covered compartment of a heavy vehicle or machine, such as a truck or locomotive, in which the operator or driver sits.
- (noun) A one-horse vehicle for public hire.
- (verb-intransitive) To ride or travel in a taxicab: We cabbed to the opera.
- (verb-intransitive) To drive a taxicab: a student who cabbed for a living.
- (noun) a taxi
- (noun) (as modifier)
- (noun) the enclosed compartment of a lorry, locomotive, crane, etc, from which it is driven or operated
- (noun) (formerly) a light horse-drawn vehicle used for public hire
Use "cab" in a sentence
- "If you hear the term cab within the trick's name, it means the rider came into the trick riding switch and landed regular."
- "On top of that crane there used to be a cab, what they call a cab on top of it, about the size of a small fire truck."
- "If you have those numbers you can tell at a glance if a cab is a pirate."