hackney cab


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hackney cab

[ˈhæknɪˈkæb] N hackney carriage [ˈhæknɪˈkærɪdʒ] N (frm) → coche m de alquiler; (= taxi) → taxi m

hackney cab

[ˈhæknɪˌkæb] ncarrozza a nolo
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Plenty of hackney cabs and coaches too; gigs, phaetons, large-wheeled tilburies, and private carriages - rather of a clumsy make, and not very different from the public vehicles, but built for the heavy roads beyond the city pavement.
A CYCLIST has died following a rush-hour crash with a hackney cab.
Officers continue to appeal for the driver of a Hackney cab who was in the area and may have information.
The man and woman got a black and white hackney cab in Leeds city centre about 9.
Singh, who is still working as a Hackney cab driver, told magistrates he should have come clean to police.
The hackney cab driver, thought to be from Birmingham, pulled up at the restaurant at Weaver's Wharf, Kidderminster, at 1.
A 69-year-old was taken to hospital with serious leg injuries, after he was struck by a burgundy Hackney cab in Woodlands Road, Sparkhill, at about 2.
Police urgently want to speak to witnesses, particularly the drivers of a black Vauxhall Astra hackney cab and a Royal Mail van and anyone with information on the Bora.
Hackney cab drivers operating an Open Messenger vehicle will also be incentivised with a supplementary income for carrying this digital platform.
There are about 1,800 cabbies in Kirklees and the cameras have been shared out between hackney cab drivers and private hire firms.
The baby's mother raised the alarm when the hackney cab driver failed to return him home as agreed.
Another Hackney cab driver told us he wanted to work but had been told in "aggressive tones" by strikers they were taking down plate numbers of "strike-breakers".