Definition of 'ride'
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More of us might downsize if our roads permitted a less uncomfortable ride in smaller cars. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They were not allowed to ride horses in the charity scheme and it has since ended. The Sun (2016)Their ceremony turned out to be on the same day as a bicycle ride through central London. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It's a pleasure to ride animals like him that have such a nice nature about them. The Sun (2016)But lovers of gin have had to face a giddy taxi ride home - until now. Times, Sunday Times (2017)But this time she's brought three pals along for the ride. The Sun (2016)Less than an hour's bus ride from our hotel was a husky kennel where we were booked for a sleigh ride. The Sun (2016)She said:'I felt my ride was going really badly. The Sun (2016)He added that there would be food and drink stops along the trail and fairground rides in the courtyard:'We have to keep reinventing ourselves. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Staff brought down the ride using manual controls. The Sun (2006)This takes the fun out of riding. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He is an incredible horse to ride. The Sun (2009)Who would have thought that riding a bicycle around in circles could be quite so compelling? Times, Sunday Times (2008)You may also find that the petrol models give a better ride. Times, Sunday Times (2007)There will also be fairground rides and food stalls. Times, Sunday Times (2014)She also rides a motorised vehicle and uses an oxygen system to assist her breathing. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The officers from battalion headquarters rode out on horseback. TOLKIEN AND THE GREAT WAR: The Threshold of Middle-earth (2003)The ride goes close to the accident. The Sun (2015)The bandits realise they have to take her along for the ride. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The home team rode their momentum expertly. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He said the big four all knew they were in for a rough ride. Times, Sunday Times (2014)We would ride in cars with no seatbelts or airbags. The Sun (2012)The rides are fun but the thrill comes from entering a world from a different time. The Sun (2015)When she arrived she came into view riding a bicycle. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They will not be given an easy ride. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The fairground ride has a primal impact. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He was charged with riding a motor vehicle on a pavement. The Sun (2010)The bus ride was a nightmare. Times, Sunday Times (2010)His riding career was going nowhere. The Sun (2008)Both sides were riding at anchor just a few hundred yards apart, watching each other uneasily. The Sun (2014)It's a great place for dog walks and horse rides. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They rolled in snow scenes, rode on horseback and growled at a tiger. Times, Sunday Times (2010)But one thing you can't control is that riding position, which forces your weight forward and down onto the bars. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'ride'
British English: ride /raɪd/ NOUN
A ride is a journey on a horse or bicycle, or in a vehicle.
She took some friends for a ride in the car.
- American English: ride
- Arabic: رُكُوب
- Brazilian Portuguese: passeio
- Chinese: 兜风
- Croatian: vožnja
- Czech: jízda
- Danish: køretur
- Dutch: ritje
- European Spanish: vuelta paseo
- Finnish: ajomatka
- French: tour promenade
- German: Fahrt
- Greek: διαδρομή με μεταφορικό μέσο
- Italian: cavalcata
- Japanese: 乗ること
- Korean: 타기 여행
- Norwegian: tur
- Polish: przejażdżka
- European Portuguese: passeio
- Romanian: plimbarecălare
- Russian: поездка
- Spanish: paseo paseo
- Swedish: åktur
- Thai: การเดินทางโดยยานพาหนะหรือหลังม้า
- Turkish: gezinti at/araba/bisiklet
- Ukrainian: їзда
- Vietnamese: cuộc đi
British English: ride /raɪd/ VERB
If you ride a horse, you sit on it and control its movements.
Can you ride?
As a child he learned to ride a horse.
- American English: ride
- Arabic: يَرْكَبُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: montar cavalo
- Chinese: 骑
- Croatian: jahati
- Czech: jet na koni, kole
- Danish: ride
- Dutch: berijden
- European Spanish: montar cabalgar
- Finnish: ratsastaa
- French: monter à cheval
- German: reiten
- Greek: καβαλάω
- Italian: cavalcare
- Japanese: 乗る
- Korean: (탈것에) 타다
- Norwegian: ri
- Polish: pojechać
- European Portuguese: montar cavalo
- Romanian: a călări
- Russian: ехать
- Spanish: montar cabalgar
- Swedish: rida
- Thai: ขี่ เช่นขี่ม้า ขี่จักรยานหรือจักรยานยนต์
- Turkish: ata binmek
- Ukrainian: їхати
- Vietnamese: cưỡi
Definition of ride from the Collins English Dictionary
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