What does my dream about Taxicab really mean?
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If the dreamer in his dream calls or drive with a taxi (cab), then it symbolizes that he has to work harder to reach progress or in fact to leave. Without outside help he maybe will not success, and it could turn out to be costly. But if the fare was too high, you can exclude this option.
A taxi is a public transport which is controlled by a unknown person to dreamer. Still the dreamer must trust in the care and the knowledge of the driver. In the dream a taxi symbolize the fact that the dreamer may has to go to a place without knowing the necessary means and ways. It also may indicate convenience.
At this level the taxi in a dream may be associated with practical know-how spiritual knowledge.
- Travel with taxicab: dreamer will be able to enjoy a modest prosperity;
- Dreaming of travel with taxi or cab also means: happiness is related to a strange place;
- Journey or trip with a taxi at night along with other people: you must not share a secret with this/these friends;
- To be taxi (cab) driver in dream: little bit of physical work and little chance of career improvement.
Explanation & Definition:
Taxicab (taxi or cab) is a car licensed to transport passengers in return for payment of a fare.
A taxicab, also taxi or cab, is a type of vehicle for hire with a driver, used by a single passenger or small group of passengers, often for a non-shared ride. A taxicab conveys passengers between locations of their choice. In modes of public transport, the pick-up and drop-off locations are determined by the service provider, not by the passenger, although demand responsive transport and share taxis provide a hybrid bus/taxi mode.
Synonyms of taxicab
noun: cab, taxi; plural: cabs, taxis, taxicabs; taxi as verb: taxis – 3rd person singular present; taxied – past participle; taxiing – present participle; taxied – past tense.
Extras (sources, descriptions, references, external links):
- Explanation of Taxicab is based on many independent sources about dreams. That covers different views of New Age Interpreters, visions of Ancient Times Diviners and even Old Prophecies of Archaic Civilizations. The most remarkable names of these Seers are Oracles of Egypt, Akashwani of India, Artemidorus Daldianus of Greece, Muhammad Ibn Sirin (Muslim prophet), Gustavus Hindman Miller (Christian interpreter), Sigmund Freud (Jewish atheists, father of psychoanalysis), Carl Jung (Jewish psychiatrist);
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