cab
Pronunciation Noun

cab (plural cabs)

  1. A taxi; a taxicab.
  2. Compartment at the front of a truck or train for the driver
    Synonyms: driver's compartment
    a cab ride
  3. Shelter at the top of an air traffic control tower or fire lookout tower
  4. Any of several four-wheeled carriages; a cabriolet
    • 1877, Anna Sewell, Black Beauty
      Captain went out in the cab all the morning. Harry came in after school to feed me and give me water. In the afternoon I was put into the cab. Jerry took as much pains to see if the collar and bridle fitted comfortably as if he had been John Manly over again. When the crupper was let out a hole or two it all fitted well. There was no check-rein, no curb, nothing but a plain ring snaffle. What a blessing that was!
Translations Verb

cab (cabs, present participle cabbing; past and past participle cabbed)

  1. To travel by taxicab.
Noun

cab (plural cabs)

  1. (historical units of measure) A former Hebrew unit of volume, about equal to 1.3 L as a dry measure or 1.25 L as a liquid measure.
    • 1646, Sir Thomas Browne, Pseudodoxia Epidemica, III.3:
      […] in the famine of Samaria […] the fourth part of a cab of pigeon's dung was sold for five pieces of silver […]
Noun

cab (plural cabs)

  1. (video games, informal) An arcade cabinet, the unit in which a video game is housed in a gaming arcade.

CAB
Proper noun
  1. (US) Initialism of Civil Aeronautics Board
  2. (UK) Initialism of Citizens Advice Bureau
  3. (Ireland) Initialism of Criminal Assets Bureau
  4. (military, US) Initialism of Combat Action Badge
Noun

cab

  1. (emergency medicine) Initialism of chest compressions, airway and breathing
  2. Initialism of caffeinated alcoholic beverage

Cab
Noun

cab

  1. Cabernet Sauvignon wine.



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