Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of taxi. (irregular)

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Examples

  • Already, even though I haven't gone about at all, except just 'taxying' up to the hotel, I can see it's wonderful.

    The Port of Adventure

  • She longed to pray "Oh, _do_ stop taxying!" at the doorstep before she darted up to inquire whether Miss Hampshire still kept the boarding-house; and it was maddening to hear that "teuf, teuf" desperately going on, chewing its silver cud, in the long pause before an answer came to the bell.

    Winnie Childs The Shop Girl

  • Its crew performed two flypasts and a touch-and-go landing before taxying in past a Handley Page Victor K2 tanker.

    HEADLINES

  • I've not knowingly trashed anything, but once very nearly stuffed a SWB Lanny in to a taxying VC10 in thick fog.

    Army Rumour Service

  • SILIGURI - More than 180 passengers of a Delhi-bound Kingfisher Airlines flight had a close shave when the aircraft's wing hit the wall of a bunker while taxying on the runway before take-off from the Bagdogra airport here late Saturday.

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