hackney carriage

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.hackney carriage - a carriage for hirehackney carriage - a carriage for hire      
carriage, equipage, rig - a vehicle with wheels drawn by one or more horses
four-wheeler - a hackney carriage with four wheels
remise - an expensive or high-class hackney
Translations

hackney carriage

n (horse-drawn) → (Pferde)droschke f; (form: = taxi) → (Kraft)droschke f (form)

hackney carriage

[ˈhæknɪˌkærɪdʒ] n (frm) → autopubblica
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THE famous London taxi might be something people around the world forever associate with Britain's capital city but I'd wager aren't many who know it's made in Coventry.
Formerly known as LTI and more recently the London Taxi Company, the name change toLEVCrepresented a switch from internal combustion to electric power.
LEVC, formerly the London Taxi Company, is based in Ansty Park, Coventry where Geely has invested more than PS315million to create the new generation of electric taxis.
Maker The London Taxi Company has unveiled an electric replacement for its diesel models amid a drive to tackle air pollution.
China-owned London Taxi Company is planning to launch its services in Paris and other European cities.
Six passengers, all aged in their 20s, and a 40-year-old driver, were injured when the Fiat Scudo they were travelling in collided with an LTI London taxi near the Mount Pleasant hotel.
Six passengers, all aged in their 20s, and a 40-year-old driver were injured when the Fiat Scudo they were travelling in collided with an LTI London taxi near the Mount Pleasant hotel.
Geely Holding Group has announced its plans to invest a further GBP50m (US$55m) in its London Taxi Company (LTC) greenfield production plant in Ansty, UK, to transform the site into the group's R&D headquarters in Britain.
The investment at the London Taxi Company comes as the manufacturer prepares for the next generation electric and ultra-low emission Black Cab.
CARL-PETER Forster, the car boss who helped drive Jaguar Land Rover back into the black from the depths of recession, has taken the helm at Coventry's London Taxi Company.
Masked youths were seen hurling Molotov cocktails at policemen during the Duraz attacks at around midnight on Tuesday, according to sources, while the London Taxi Company vehicle was gutted at around 9.30pm.
Travel Business Review-August 12, 2014--The Queen's Terminal unveils 'London Taxi' sculpture

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