French translation of 'cycling'
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It was in the middle of the field, well away from the track along which he had been cycling.THE INNOCENTS AT HOME (A SUPERINTENDENT KENWORTHY NOVEL) (2002)
He was dressed in black -- black trainers, black ankle-length cycling slicks, black long-sleeved sweatshirt.INSTRUMENTS OF DARKNESS (2002)
He woke in the first light of morning, a sleeping-bag thrown over him, a cycling jacket pillowed under his head.CORMORANT (2002)
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'cycling' in Other Languages
British English: cycling /ˈsaɪklɪŋ/ NOUN
Cycling is the action of riding a cycle.
Quiet country roads are ideal for cycling.
- American English: cycling
- Arabic: رُكُوبُ الدَرَّاجَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: ciclismo
- Chinese: 自行车运动
- Croatian: bicikliranje
- Czech: cyklistika
- Danish: cykling
- Dutch: fietsen
- European Spanish: ciclismo
- Finnish: pyöräily
- French: cyclisme
- German: Radfahren
- Greek: ποδηλασία
- Italian: ciclismo
- Japanese: サイクリング
- Korean: 사이클링
- Norwegian: sykling
- Polish: kolarstwo
- European Portuguese: ciclismo
- Romanian: ciclism
- Russian: езда на велосипеде
- Latin American Spanish: ciclismo
- Swedish: cykling
- Thai: การขี่จักรยาน
- Turkish: bisiklete binme
- Ukrainian: їзда на велосипеді
- Vietnamese: sự đi xe đạp
Translation of cycling from the Collins English to French
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