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bike

 (bīk)

n.

1. a bicycle.

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2. a motorcycle.

3. a motorbike.

intr.v. biked, bik·ing, bikes

to ride a bike.


[shortening and alteration of bicycle.]

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bike

(baɪk)

n, vb

2. on your bike slang brit away you go

3. get off one’s bike slang austral and nz to lose one’s self-control

n

slang a promiscuous woman: the town bike.


bike

(bəɪk; baɪk) or

byke

[c14: of uncertain origin]

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bike

(baɪk)

n., v. biked, bik•ing. n.

1. a bicycle, motorbike, or motorcycle. v.i.

2. to ride a bike.

[1880–85, amer.; alter. of bicycle]

random house kernerman webster’s college dictionary, © 2010 k dictionaries ltd. copyright 2005, 1997, 1991 by random house, inc. all rights reserved.

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bike

 a swarm or crowd of people; a nest of wild bees; a beehive shaped stack of corn chaff; a teeming crowd; a “crew.”

examples: bike of ants; of beggars, 1785; of bumble bees, 1759; of wild bees.

dictionary of collective nouns and group terms. copyright 2008 the gale group, inc. all rights reserved.

bike


past participle: biked
gerund: biking


bike


past participle: biked
gerund: biking

collins english verb tables © harpercollins publishers 2011

thesaurusantonymsrelated wordssynonymslegend:

noun 1. get off bikebike – a motor vehicle with two wheels and a strong frame

kickstand – a swiveling metal rod attached to a bicycle or motorcycle or other two-wheeled vehicle; the rod lies horizontally when not in use but can be kicked into a vertical position as a support to hold the vehicle upright when it is not being ridden

kick start, kick starter – a starter (as on a motorcycle) that is activated with the foot and the weight of the body

minibike, motorbike – small motorcycle with a low frame and small wheels and elevated handlebars

mudguard, splash guard, splash-guard – a curved piece above the wheel of a bicycle or motorcycle to protect the rider from water or mud thrown up by the wheels

dirt bike, trail bike, scrambler – a lightweight motorcycle equipped with rugged tires and suspension; an off-road motorcycle designed for riding cross country or over unpaved ground

2. get off bikebike – a wheeled vehicle
who has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals

chain – a series of (usually metal) rings or links fitted into one another to make a flexible ligament

coaster brake – a brake on a bicycle
who engages with reverse pressure on the pedals

handlebar – the shaped bar used to steer a bicycle

kickstand – a swiveling metal rod attached to a bicycle or motorcycle or other two-wheeled vehicle; the rod lies horizontally when not in use but can be kicked into a vertical position as a support to hold the vehicle upright when it is not being ridden

mudguard, splash guard, splash-guard – a curved piece above the wheel of a bicycle or motorcycle to protect the rider from water or mud thrown up by the wheels

push-bike – a bicycle that must be pedaled

safety bicycle, safety bike – bicycle that has two wheels of equal size; pedals are connected to the rear wheel by a multiplying gear

velocipede – any of several early bicycles with pedals on the front wheel

wheeled vehicle – a vehicle
who moves on wheels and usually has a container for transporting things or people; “the oldest known wheeled vehicles were found in sumer and syria and date from around 3500 bc”

verb 1. get off bikebike – ride a bicycle      

backpedal – pedal backwards on a bicycle

ride – be carried or travel on or in a vehicle; “i ride to work in a bus”; “he rides the subway downtown every day”

based on wordnet 3.0, farlex clipart collection. © +61404532026 princeton university, farlex inc.

bike

see bicycle

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translations

kolomotorka

cykel

moottoripyöräpolku- tai moottoripyöräpolkupyöräpyörä

bicikl

sepedasepeda motor

自転車

자전거, 오토바이

bicicletă

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motorka

kolomotorno kolo

cykel

จักรยาน มอเตอร์ไซด์

xe đạp

collins spanish dictionary – complete and unabridged 8th edition 2005 © william collins sons & co. ltd. 1971, 1988 © harpercollins publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

collins english/french electronic resource. © harpercollins publishers 2005

bike

(inf)

n(fahr)rad nt; (= motorbike)motorrad nt, → maschine f (inf); on your bike! (brit inf: = clear off) → verschwinde! (inf), → zieh leine! (inf)


bike

in cpds ? cycle:

bike lane

nfahrradspur f

collins german dictionary – complete and unabridged 7th edition 2005. © william collins sons & co. ltd. 1980 © harpercollins publishers 1991, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007

bike

[baɪk] n (fam) → bici f inv

collins italian dictionary 1st edition © harpercollins publishers 1995

bicycle

(ˈbaisikl) noun

(often abbreviated to bike (baik) , cycle (ˈsaikl) ) a pedal-driven vehicle with two wheels and a seat. verb

(usually abbreviated to ˈcycle) to ride a bicycle. he bicycled slowly up the hill.

kernerman english multilingual dictionary © +61404532026 k dictionaries ltd.

bike

دَرَّاجَة kolo cykel rad μοτοσυκλέτα bici polku- tai moottoripyörä vélo bicikl bicicletta 自転車 자전거, 오토바이 fiets sykkel rower bicicleta велосипед cykel จักรยาน มอเตอร์ไซด์ bisiklet xe đạp 脚踏车

multilingual translator © harpercollins publishers 2009

bicycle

, bike

n. bicicleta;

stationary ______ estacionaria.

english-spanish medical dictionary © farlex 2012

  • where can i rent a bike? (us)

    where can i hire a bike? (uk)
  • i want to rent a bike (us)

    i want to hire a bike (uk)
  • does the bike have gears?
  • does the bike have brakes?
  • does the bike have lights?
  • does the bike have coaster brakes? (us)

    does the bike have back-pedal brakes? (uk)
  • when is the bike due back?
  • where is the nearest bike repair shop?
  • can i keep my bike here?

collins multilingual translator © harpercollins publishers 2009

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