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ride /raid/
  • danh từ
    • sự đi chơi, cuộc đi chơi (bằng ngựa, xe đạp, xe ô tô, xe buýt, xe lửa...)
      • to go for ride: đi chơi bằng ngựa...
      • a ride on one's bicycle: đi chơi bằng xe đạp
    • đường xe ngựa đi qua rừng
    • (quân sự) lớp kỵ binh mới tuyển
    • to give somebody a ride
      • to take somebody for a ride
        • đưa ai đi chơi bằng ngựa (bằng ô tô...)
      • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (từ lóng) đem ai đi bằng ô tô để giết; khử ai đi
      • (từ lóng) rầy la (mắng mỏ, quở mắng) ai
      • (từ lóng) chế nhạo ai; giễu cợt ai, đem ai ra làm trò cười
      • nội động từ rode; ridden
        • đi ngựa, cưỡi ngựa
          • to ride across the highlands: đi ngựa qua vùng cao nguyên
          • to ride full speed: phi ngựa nước đại
        • cưỡi lên
          • to ride on an elephant: cưỡi voi
          • to ride on someone's back: cưỡi lên lưng ai
        • đi xe (xe buýt, xe lửa, xe điện...); đi xe đạp
          • to ride to school: đi xe đạp đến trường
        • lướt đi; trôi nổi bập bềnh, lênh đênh
          • to ride on the winds: lướt đi theo chiều gió
          • the moon was riding high: mặt trăng dường như đang trôi nổi lênh đênh trên trời cao
          • to ride on the waves: lướt sóng mà đi, cưỡi sóng mà đi
        • thả neo (tàu thuỷ)
          • the ship rides (at anchor): tàu thả neo
          • to ride easy: không bị tròng trành lúc thả neo
          • to ride hard: bị tròng trành lúc thả neo
        • gối lên nhau
          • bone ride s: xương bị gãy mảnh nọ gối lên mảnh kia
        • mặc cả quần áo đi ngựa mà cân (người đi ngựa)
        • thuộc vào loại (tốt, xấu, êm, xóc...) cho ngựa chạy (khoảng đất)
          • the ground rides soft: bâi đất đó ngựa chạy rất êm
      • ngoại động từ
        • cưỡi ngựa, đi ngựa (qua một vùng)
          • to ride the desert: đi ngựa qua vùng sa mạc
          • to ride a race: dự một cuộc đua ngựa
        • cưỡi
          • to ride a horse: cưỡi ngựa
          • to ride an elephant: cưỡi voi
          • to ride a bicycle: đi xe đạp
        • cho cưỡi lên
          • to ride a child on one's back: cho đứa bé cưỡi lên lưng
        • đè nặng, giày vò, day dứt; áp chế
          • ridden by remorse: bị hối hận giày vò
          • ridden by prejudice: lòng nặng thành kiến (định kiến)
          • the nightmare rides the sleeper: cơn ác mộng đè nặng lên tâm trí người ngủ
        • lướt trên (sóng gió)
          • to ride the waves: lướt trên sóng, cưỡi sóng mà đi
        • to ride away
          • đi xa bằng ngựa
        • to ride back
          • trở về bằng ngựa
        • to ride behind
          • đi ngựa theo sau
        • cưỡi ngựa ngồi sau lưng người khác
        • ngồi phía sau (trên ô tô)
        • to ride down
          • phi ngựa đuổi kịp và vượt được (ai
        • giẫm đạp lên (dưới chân ngựa), đè chết
        • to ride of
          • đi xa bằng ngựa
        • (thể dục,thể thao) chèn, xô đẩy (chơi pôlô)
        • to ride out
          • vượt qua được
        • to ride out the storm: vượt qua được bâo tố (tàu thuỷ); (nghĩa bóng) vượt qua được lúc khó khăn gay go
        • to ride over
          • thắng dễ dàng (trong một cuộc đua ngựa)
        • to ride up
          • đến bằng ngựa
        • to ride and ite
          • thay nhau đi ngựa từng quâng (hai, ba người cùng đi mà chỉ có một con ngựa)
        • to ride for a fall
          • chạy như điên, chạy bạt mạng; phi ngựa bạt mạng
        • có những hành động liều mạng; chuốc lấy sự thất bại
        • to ride hell for leather
          • chạy hết tốc độ; phi nước đại
        • to ride to hounds
          • (xem) hound
        • to ride a joke a death
          • đùa quá, đùa nhà
        • to ride like a tailor
          • (xem) tailor
        • to ride off on a side issue
          • nói loanh quanh những điểm thứ yếu để lảng tránh vấn đề chính
        • to ride sandwich (bodkin)
          • đi ô tô hàng (xe lửa...) bị ngồi ép chặt vào giữa hai người
        • to ride the whirlwind
          • nắm lấy trong tay và chỉ huy (cuộc bạo động...)
        • let it ride!
          • chuyện vớ vẩn!
    Concise Dictionary
    ridden|rode|rides|ridingraɪd
    noun
    +a journey in a vehicle (usually an automobile)
    +a mechanical device that you ride for amusement or excitement
    verb
    +sit and travel on the back of animal, usually while controlling its motions
    +be carried or travel on or in a vehicle
    +continue undisturbed and without interference
    +move like a floating object
    +harass with persistent criticism or carping
    +be sustained or supported or borne
    +have certain properties when driven
    +be contingent on
    +lie moored or anchored
    +sit on and control a vehicle
    +climb up on the body
    +ride over, along, or through
    +keep partially engaged by slightly depressing a pedal with the foot
    +copulate with

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    v.
    1 sit on or in, travel or journey or go or proceed on or in, be borne or carried or conveyed (on or in), take; propel or control or drive (a horse or a bicycle or a motor cycle):
    They ride the bus to work each day. The film began with a witch riding a broomstick. Do you know how to ride a motor bike?
    2 float, lie:
    The yacht is riding at anchor off Portsmouth.
    3 tyrannize, terrorize, intimidate, dominate, oppress; bully, rag, harry, harass, hector, nag, provoke, heckle, badger, plague, pester, annoy, irritate, Colloq hassle:
    He has been ridden by obsessive ambition all his life.
    n.
    4 drive, journey, trip, excursion, tour, jaunt, outing, expedition, Colloq spin:
    Let's go for a ride in the country!
    5 take for a ride.
    (a) delude, swindle, trick, deceive, defraud, humbug, defraud, gull, take in, cheat, bamboozle:
    Those tricksters with the loaded dice certainly took Charlie for a ride last night!
    (b) (kidnap and) murder or kill or execute or do in, Slang bump off, US (snatch and) rub out or waste:
    They said that if he identified them, they would take him for a ride.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    verb, noun
    + verb (rode )
    horse
    1 [often +adv./prep.] to sit on a horse, etc. and control it as it moves: [V] I learnt to ride as a child. + They rode along narrow country lanes. + He was riding on a large black horse. + [VN] She had never ridden a horse before. + He's ridden six winners so far this year (= in horse racing).
    2 [V] (go riding) (BrE) (AmE go horseback riding) to spend time riding a horse for pleasure: How often do you go riding?
    bicycle / motorcycle
    3 [often +adv./prep.] to sit on and control a bicycle, motorcycle, etc: [VN] The boys were riding their bikes around the streets. + He rode a Harley Davidson. + [V] The ground there is too rough to ride over.
    in vehicle
    4 [usually +adv./prep.] to travel in a vehicle, especially as a passenger: [V] I walked back while the others rode in the car. + (AmE) [VN] to ride the subway / an elevator + She rode the bus to school every day.
    on water / air
    5 [usually +adv./prep.] to float or be supported on water or air: [V] We watched the balloon riding high above the fields. + The ship was riding at anchor in the harbour. + [VN] surfers riding the waves + A large bird was riding the air currents beneath it.
    go through area
    6 [VN] to go through or over an area on a horse, bicycle, etc: We rode the mountain trails.
    Idioms: be riding for a fall to be doing sth that involves risks and that may end in disaster
    be riding high to be successful or very confident: The company is riding high this year.
    let sth ride to decide to do nothing about a problem that you know you may have to deal with later: He was rude to me but I let it ride this time.
    ride the crest of sth to enjoy great success or support because of a particular situation or event: The band is riding the crest of its last tour.
    ride herd on sb/sth (AmE, informal) to keep watch or control over sb/sth: police riding herd on crowds of youths on the streets
    ride shotgun (AmE, informal) to ride in the front passenger seat of a car or truck
    ride a / the wave of sth to enjoy or be supported by the particular situation or quality mentioned: Schools are riding a wave of renewed public interest.
    Phrasal Verbs: ride on sth (usually used in the progressive tenses) to depend on sth: My whole future is riding on this interview.
    ride sth<->out to manage to survive a difficult situation or time without having to make great changes: Do you think we can ride out the recession?
    ride up (of clothing) to move gradually upwards, out of position: Short skirts tend to ride up when you sit down.
    + noun
    in vehicle
    1 a short journey in a vehicle, on a bicycle, etc: a train ride through beautiful countryside + It's a ten-minute bus ride from here to town. + Steve gave me a ride on his motorbike. + We went for a ride on our bikes. + a bike ride
    2 (AmE) = LIFT: She hitched a ride to the station. + We managed to get a ride into town when we missed the bus.
    3 the kind of journey you make in a car, etc: a smooth / comfortable ride + (figurative) The new legislation faces a bumpy ride (= will meet with opposition and difficulties).
    on horse
    4 a short journey on a horse, etc: a pony ride + The kids had a ride on an elephant at the zoo. + He goes for a ride most mornings.
    at funfair
    5 a large machine at a FUNFAIR or amusement park that you ride on for amusement or excitement; an occasion when you go on one of these: The rides are free. + a roller coaster ride
    Idioms: come / go along for the ride (informal) to join in an activity for pleasure but without being seriously interested in it
    have a rough / an easy ride
    give sb a rough / an easy ride (informal) to experience/not experience difficulties when you are doing sth; to make things difficult/easy for sb: He will be given a rough ride at the party conference.
    take sb for a ride (informal) to cheat or trick sb: It's not a pleasant feeling to discover you've been taken for a ride by someone you trusted.
    more at FREE adj.
    Collocation Dictionary
    noun

    ADJ.

    long, short
    We have a long ride ahead of us tomorrow.
    | leisurely
    We went for a leisurely ride along the canal.
    | comfortable, easy, smooth
    (all often figurative) The new legislation did not have a smooth ride through Parliament.
    | bumpy, rough, uncomfortable
    It was a bumpy ride along the farm track. (figurative) The new teacher was given a rough ride by the class.
    | wild
    He took her for a wild ride on the back of his motorbike.
    | free
    He used to get free rides by hiding in the toilet of the train.
    | bike, bus, cab, car, coach, cycle, gondola, sleigh, taxi, train, tram | camel, donkey, pony | funfair, helterskelter, rollercoaster, white-knuckle
    (often figurative) The day had been a rollercoaster ride of emotion.

    VERB + RIDE

    have, take
    Visitors cantake a ride on a steam locomotive.
    | go for
    She's gone for a ride onher bike.
    | enjoy | bum, cadge, get, hitch, thumb
    I managed tocadge a ride with a lorry driver. |
    give sb

    PREP.

    ~ from
    The ride from ourhouse to my parents' takes aboutan hour.
    | ~ to



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