Spanish Word for taxis  

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Spanish Word: taxis
The Spanish Word for taxis
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some taxis
unos taxis
I left my cell phone in one of your taxis.
Me he dejado el móvil en uno de sus taxis.

London taxis are also known for their quality.
Los taxis de Londres también son conocidos por su calidad.
I will also be ascertaining, in an hour’s time, whether taxis are again being allowed to drive in.
Dentro de una hora, comprobaré si a los taxis se les permite el acceso.
Others ordered taxis from Spain to Finland, paying thousands of euro in fares.
Otros pidieron taxis de España a Finlandia, pagando tarifas de miles de euros.
Let us not disregard other air space users such as air-taxis, private companies and private users flying club aircraft.
No debemos olvidar que existen otros usuarios del espacio aéreo: los aerotaxis, las compañías privadas, así como los usuarios privados de las avionetas de los aeroclubes.
The scheme proposed instead would reimburse Members an additional 50 euro a week for the cost of taxis.
El esquema propuesto en su lugar plantea reembolsar a los diputados 50 euros adicionales a la semana en concepto de gastos de taxi.
I had to take sea crossings and trains, taxis and cars to get here to Strasbourg, which took me over 24 hours without sleep.
Tuve que realizar travesías marítimas, viajar en ferrocarriles, taxis y vehículos para llegar aquí a Estrasburgo, lo que me llevó más de 24 horas sin dormir.
Or to put it in other words, how taxis, bicycles, hired cars and the private car can all be fitted into an integrated mobility system.
O mejor dicho, cómo se puede hacer un lugar al taxi, la bicicleta, el automóvil de alquiler y el coche particular en un sistema de movilidad integrado.
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