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BMX

 (bē′ĕm′ĕks′)
n.
1. A bicycle race on a dirt track with steep hills and sharp curves.
2. A bicycle with a stout frame, knobby tires, and usually 20-inch wheels, used for racing on such a track and for performing tricks.

[Abbreviation and respelling of bicycle motocross using the letter X to represent the word cross.]

BMX

abbreviation for
1. bicycle motocross; stunt riding on rough ground or over an obstacle course on a bicycle
2. a bicycle designed for bicycle motocross

BMX

bicycle motocross.
Translations

BMX

A. N ABBR =bicycle motocrossciclocross m
B. CPD BMX bike Nbicicleta f de ciclocross

BMX

[ˌbiːɛmˈɛks] n abbr (=bicycle motocross) → BMX m

BMX

abbr of bicycle motocross (= sport)BMX-Radsport m, → BMX-biking nt; (= bicycle)BMX-Rad nt

BMX

[ˌbiːɛmˈɛks] n abbr =bicycle motorcrossciclocross m inv
BMX bike → mountain bike f inv per cross, BMX f inv
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