hiking(redirected from hikings)
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v. hiked, hik·ing, hikes
1. To go on an extended walk for pleasure or exercise, especially in a natural setting.
2. To rise, especially to rise upward out of place: My coat had hiked up in the back.
1. To travel over on foot for pleasure or exercise: hiked the Appalachian Trail.
2. To increase or raise in amount, especially abruptly: shopkeepers who hiked their prices for the tourist trade.
3. To pull or raise with a sudden motion; hitch: hiked myself onto the stone wall; hiked up her knee socks.
4. Football To snap (the ball).
1. A long walk or march: went for a hike to the lake.
2. An often abrupt increase or rise: a price hike.
3. Football See snap.
hike out NauticalIdiom:
To sit and lean backward or be suspended beyond the high side of a heeling sailboat in order to counterbalance the heel.
take a hike Slang
To leave because one's presence is unwanted. Often used in the imperative.
the sporting or leisure activity of going for long, often strenuous, walks in the country
chození po horáchpěší turistika
pješačenješetanje po brdima
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