English - Vietnamese Dictionary
bicycles|bicycled|bicycling'baɪsɪklAdvanced English Dictionary
+a wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals
+ride a bicycle
noun, verbCollocation Dictionary
(also informal bike) a road vehicle with two wheels that you ride by pushing the PEDALS with your feet: He got on his bicycle and rode off. + We went for a bicycle ride on Sunday.
+ verb [V] [usually +adv./prep.] (old-fashioned) to go somewhere on a bicycle
Compare: BIKE, CYCLE
VERB + BICYCLE
ride | get on, mount
He mounted his bicycle and rode off.
| get off | come off, fall off
She came off her bicycle when it skidded on some wet leaves.
| knock sb off | pedal
She pedalled her bicycle up the track.
| push, wheel
I dismounted and began to push my bicycle up the hill.
| park | hire
BICYCLE + VERB
get/have a puncture
BICYCLE + NOUN
ride | chain, frame, wheel | rack, shed | hire
Did you come by bicycle?
| on a/the ~
watching the boys on their bicycles
lean/prop a bicycle against sth
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