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riding
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
riding /'raidiɳ/
  • danh từ
    • môn cưỡi ngựa
      • to be fond of riding: thích cưỡi ngựa
    • sự đi xe (xe lửa, xe buýt, xe điện...); sự đi xe đạp
    • sự cưỡi lên (lưng...)
    • (hàng hải) sự thả neo
    • con đường để đi ngựa; con đường xuyên qua rừng; con đường ven rừng
    • danh từ
      • khu vực hành chính (ở Ióoc-sia)
      • (Ca-na-đa) khu vực bầu cử
    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
    (BrE also horse riding) (AmE also horseback riding)
    + noun
    [U] the sport or activity of riding horses: I'm taking riding lessons. + riding boots + (BrE) to go riding + (AmE) to go horseback riding
    Collocation Dictionary
    noun

    ADJ.

    horse

    VERB + RIDING

    go

    RIDING + NOUN

    boots, breeches, crop, hat, jacket | centre, school, stables



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