Third-person singular simple present indicative form of taxi. (verb)
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Use "taxies" in a sentence
"However, other variances are yellow elephant taxies and humans mingling with such beings as vampires, goblins, and shapeshifters, on my; having the same rights as humans have."
"Men on small bicycles and motorcycles wove through streets glutted with battered taxies and city buses, while women on foot carried big bucket baskets filled with produce on the ends of long poles balanced on their shoulders."
"In Colombia as in Kazakhstan, Frank Giustra always air taxies Bill Clinton and gets that special access to leaders."