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ride

 (rīd)
v. rode (rōd), rid·den (rĭd′n), rid·ing, rides
v.intr.
1.
a. To be carried or conveyed, as in a vehicle or on horseback.
b. Sports To participate in a board sport such as snowboarding.
2. To travel over a surface: This car rides well.
3. To move by way of an intangible force or impetus; move as if on water: The President rode into office on a tide of discontent.
4. Nautical To lie at anchor: battleships riding at the mouth of the estuary.
5. To seem to float: The moon was riding among the clouds.
6. To be sustained or supported on a pivot, axle, or other point.
7. To be contingent; depend: The final outcome rides on the results of the election.
8. To continue without interference: Let the matter ride.
9. To work or move from the proper place, especially on the body: pants that ride up.
v.tr.
1.
a. To sit on and control the movement of: rode a motorcycle to town; ride a horse to the village.
b. Sports To glide or move while standing on or having one's feet attached to (a board, such as a snowboard).
2. To travel over, along, or through: ride the highways.
3. To be supported or carried on: a swimmer riding the waves.
4. To take part in or do by riding: He rode his last race.
5. To cause to ride, especially to cause to be carried: The police rode him down to the station.
6. Sports To control (an opponent) in wrestling, usually by holding the opponent down.
7. Nautical To keep (a vessel) at anchor.
8. Informal
a. To tease or ridicule.
b. To harass with persistent carping and criticism.
9. To keep partially engaged by slightly depressing a pedal with the foot: Don't ride the clutch or the brakes.
n.
1. The act or an instance of riding, as in a vehicle or on an animal.
2. A path made for riding on horseback, especially through woodlands.
3. A device, such as one at an amusement park, that one rides for pleasure or excitement.
4. A means of transportation: waiting for her ride to come.
Phrasal Verb:
ride out
To survive or outlast: rode out the storm.
Idioms:
ride for a fall
To court danger or disaster.
ride herd on
To keep watch or control over.
ride high
To experience success.
ride shotgun
1. To guard a person or thing while in transit.
2. Slang To ride in the front passenger seat of a car or truck.
take for a ride Slang
1. To deceive or swindle: an author who tried to take his publisher for a ride.
2. To transport to a place and kill.

[Middle English riden, from Old English rīdan; see reidh- in Indo-European roots.]

rid′a·ble, ride′a·ble adj.

ride

(raɪd)
vb, rides, riding, rode or ridden
1. to sit on and control the movements of (a horse or other animal)
2. (tr) to sit on and propel (a bicycle or similar vehicle)
3. (intr; often foll by on or in) to be carried along or travel on or in a vehicle: she rides to work on the bus.
4. (tr) to travel over or traverse: they rode the countryside in search of shelter.
5. (tr) to take part in by riding: to ride a race.
6. to travel through or be carried across (sea, sky, etc): the small boat rode the waves; the moon was riding high.
7. (tr) US and Canadian to cause to be carried: to ride someone out of town.
8. (intr) to be supported as if floating: the candidate rode to victory on his new policies.
9. (Nautical Terms) (intr) (of a vessel) to lie at anchor
10. (Nautical Terms) (tr) (of a vessel) to be attached to (an anchor)
11. (Anatomy) (esp of a bone) to overlap or lie over (another structure or part)
12. informal
a. (intr) to drive a car
b. (tr) to transport (goods, farm produce, etc) by motor vehicle or cart
13. (Zoology) (tr) (of a male animal) to copulate with; mount
14. (Biology) (tr) slang to have sexual intercourse with (someone)
15. (tr; usually passive) to tyrannize over or dominate: ridden by fear.
16. (tr) informal to persecute, esp by constant or petty criticism: don't ride me so hard over my failure.
17. (intr) informal to continue undisturbed: I wanted to change something, but let it ride.
18. (tr) to endure successfully; ride out
19. (tr) to yield slightly to (a blow or punch) in order to lessen its impact
20. (Gambling, except Cards) (often foll by: on) (of a bet) to remain placed: let your winnings ride on the same number.
21. (Jazz) (intr) jazz to play well, esp in freely improvising at perfect tempo
22. ride roughshod over to domineer over or act with complete disregard for
23. (Hunting) ride to hounds to take part in a fox hunt on horseback
24. ride for a fall to act in such a way as to invite disaster
25. ride again informal to return to a former activity or scene of activity
26. riding high confident, popular, and successful
n
27. a journey or outing on horseback or in a vehicle
28. (Horse Training, Riding & Manège) a path specially made for riding on horseback
29. transport in a vehicle, esp when given freely to a pedestrian; lift: can you give me a ride to the station?.
30. a device or structure, such as a roller coaster at a fairground, in which people ride for pleasure or entertainment
31. (Biology) slang an act of sexual intercourse
32. (Biology) slang a partner in sexual intercourse
33. take for a ride informal
a. to cheat, swindle, or deceive
b. to take (someone) away in a car and murder him
[Old English rīdan; related to Old High German rītan, Old Norse rītha]
ˈridable, ˈrideable adj

ride

(raɪd)

v. rode, rid•den, rid•ing,
n. v.i.
1. to sit on, manage, and be carried on a horse or other animal in motion.
2. to be borne along on or in a vehicle or other conveyance.
3. to move along in any way; be carried or supported: riding on his friend's success.
4. to have a specified character for riding purposes: The car rides smoothly.
5. to be conditioned; depend: Her hopes are riding on a promotion.
6. to continue without interruption or interference: to let the matter ride.
7. to turn or rest on something.
8. to appear to float in space, as a heavenly body.
9. to lie at anchor, as a ship.
v.t.
10. to sit on and manage (a horse, bicycle, etc.) so as to be carried along.
11. to sit or move along on; be carried or borne along on: The ship rode the waves.
12. to ride over, along, or through (a road, region, etc.).
13. to ridicule or harass persistently.
14. to control, dominate, or tyrannize over: a man ridden by fear.
15. to cause to ride.
16. to carry (a person) on something as if on a horse: He rode the child about on his back.
17. to execute by riding: to ride a race.
18. to rest on, esp. by overlapping.
19. to keep (a vessel) at anchor or moored.
20. ride out,
a. to sustain (a gale, storm, etc.) without damage, as while at anchor.
b. to sustain or endure successfully.
21. ride up, to move up from the proper place or position: This skirt always rides up.
n.
22. a journey or excursion on a horse, camel, etc., or on or in a vehicle.
23. a means of or arrangement for transportation by motor vehicle: My ride's here.
24. a vehicle or device, as a roller coaster, on which people ride for amusement.
25. a way, road, etc., made esp. for riding.
Idioms:
1. ride shotgun,
a. (formerly) to ride in a stagecoach as a shotgun-bearing guard.
b. to ride in a motor vehicle or airplane as an armed escort.
c. to ride as a passenger in the front seat of a car or truck.
2. take for a ride,
a. Slang. to abduct in order to murder.
b. to deceive; trick.
[before 900; (v.), Old English rīdan; akin to Old Irish ríad journey (compare palfrey). compare road]

ride

1. 'ride'

When you ride an animal, bicycle, or motorcycle, you control it and travel on it.

Every morning he used to ride his horse across the fields.
I learned how to ride a bike when I was seven.

The past tense of ride is rode. The -ed participle is ridden.

He usually rode to work on a motorbike.
He was the best horse I have ever ridden.
2. 'ride on'

You can also say that someone rides on an animal, bicycle, or motorcycle.

She rode around the campus on a bicycle.
3. 'drive'

When someone controls a car, lorry, or train, don't say that they 'ride' it. Say that they drive it.

It was her turn to drive the car.
Pierre has never learned to drive.

However, if you are a passenger in a vehicle, you can say that you ride in it.

We rode back in a taxi.
He prefers travelling on the train to riding in a limousine.

ride


Past participle: ridden
Gerund: riding

Imperative
ride
ride
Present
I ride
you ride
he/she/it rides
we ride
you ride
they ride
Preterite
I rode
you rode
he/she/it rode
we rode
you rode
they rode
Present Continuous
I am riding
you are riding
he/she/it is riding
we are riding
you are riding
they are riding
Present Perfect
I have ridden
you have ridden
he/she/it has ridden
we have ridden
you have ridden
they have ridden
Past Continuous
I was riding
you were riding
he/she/it was riding
we were riding
you were riding
they were riding
Past Perfect
I had ridden
you had ridden
he/she/it had ridden
we had ridden
you had ridden
they had ridden
Future
I will ride
you will ride
he/she/it will ride
we will ride
you will ride
they will ride
Future Perfect
I will have ridden
you will have ridden
he/she/it will have ridden
we will have ridden
you will have ridden
they will have ridden
Future Continuous
I will be riding
you will be riding
he/she/it will be riding
we will be riding
you will be riding
they will be riding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been riding
you have been riding
he/she/it has been riding
we have been riding
you have been riding
they have been riding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been riding
you will have been riding
he/she/it will have been riding
we will have been riding
you will have been riding
they will have been riding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been riding
you had been riding
he/she/it had been riding
we had been riding
you had been riding
they had been riding
Conditional
I would ride
you would ride
he/she/it would ride
we would ride
you would ride
they would ride
Past Conditional
I would have ridden
you would have ridden
he/she/it would have ridden
we would have ridden
you would have ridden
they would have ridden
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.ride - a journey in a vehicle (usually an automobile)ride - a journey in a vehicle (usually an automobile); "he took the family for a drive in his new car"
journey, journeying - the act of traveling from one place to another
lift - a ride in a car; "he gave me a lift home"
joyride - a ride in a car taken solely for pleasure; "they took their girlfriends for joyrides in stolen cars"
spin - a short drive in a car; "he took the new car for a spin"
2.ride - a mechanical device that you ride for amusement or excitement
carousel, carrousel, merry-go-round, roundabout, whirligig - a large, rotating machine with seats for children to ride or amusement
Ferris wheel - a vertical rotating mechanism consisting of a large wheel with suspended seats that remain upright as the wheel rotates; provides a ride at an amusement park
mechanical device - mechanism consisting of a device that works on mechanical principles
chute-the-chute, roller coaster, big dipper - elevated railway in an amusement park (usually with sharp curves and steep inclines)
amusement park, funfair, pleasure ground - a commercially operated park with stalls and shows for amusement
Verb1.ride - sit and travel on the back of animal, usually while controlling its motions; "She never sat a horse!"; "Did you ever ride a camel?"; "The girl liked to drive the young mare"
horseback riding, riding - travel by being carried on horseback
go, locomote, move, travel - change location; move, travel, or proceed, also metaphorically; "How fast does your new car go?"; "We travelled from Rome to Naples by bus"; "The policemen went from door to door looking for the suspect"; "The soldiers moved towards the city in an attempt to take it before night fell"; "news travelled fast"
override - ride (a horse) too hard
ride herd - driving animals such as horses and cattle while riding along with them; "Joe was riding herd during the day"
outride - ride better, faster, or further than; "The champion bicyclist outrode all his competitors"
ride horseback - ride on horseback
prance - cause (a horse) to bound spring forward
canter - ride at a cantering pace; "He cantered the horse across the meadow"
gallop, extend - cause to move at full gallop; "Did you gallop the horse just now?"
ride - sit on and control a vehicle; "He rides his bicycle to work every day"; "She loves to ride her new motorcycle through town"
2.ride - be carried or travel on or in a vehicle; "I ride to work in a bus"; "He rides the subway downtown every day"
tube - ride or float on an inflated tube; "We tubed down the river on a hot summer day"
travel - undergo transportation as in a vehicle; "We travelled North on Rte. 508"
ride - ride over, along, or through; "Ride the freeways of California"
chariot - ride in a chariot
bicycle, bike, pedal, wheel, cycle - ride a bicycle
motorbike, motorcycle, cycle - ride a motorcycle
rail, train - travel by rail or train; "They railed from Rome to Venice"; "She trained to Hamburg"
sled, sleigh - ride (on) a sled
boat - ride in a boat on water
cab, taxi - ride in a taxicab
bus - ride in a bus
joyride, tool around, tool - ride in a car with no particular goal and just for the pleasure of it; "We tooled down the street"
hitchhike, thumb, hitch - travel by getting free rides from motorists
snowmobile - ride a snowmobile
piggyback - ride on someone's shoulders or back
ride - sit on and control a vehicle; "He rides his bicycle to work every day"; "She loves to ride her new motorcycle through town"
ride, drive - have certain properties when driven; "This car rides smoothly"; "My new truck drives well"
walk - use one's feet to advance; advance by steps; "Walk, don't run!"; "We walked instead of driving"; "She walks with a slight limp"; "The patient cannot walk yet"; "Walk over to the cabinet"
3.ride - continue undisturbed and without interference; "Let it ride"
continue, go on, keep, go along, proceed - continue a certain state, condition, or activity; "Keep on working!"; "We continued to work into the night"; "Keep smiling"; "We went on working until well past midnight"
4.ride - move like a floating object; "The moon rode high in the night sky"
go, locomote, move, travel - change location; move, travel, or proceed, also metaphorically; "How fast does your new car go?"; "We travelled from Rome to Naples by bus"; "The policemen went from door to door looking for the suspect"; "The soldiers moved towards the city in an attempt to take it before night fell"; "news travelled fast"
5.ride - harass with persistent criticism or carpingride - harass with persistent criticism or carping; "The children teased the new teacher"; "Don't ride me so hard over my failure"; "His fellow workers razzed him when he wore a jacket and tie"
bemock, mock - treat with contempt; "The new constitution mocks all democratic principles"
jeer, scoff, flout, gibe, barrack - laugh at with contempt and derision; "The crowd jeered at the speaker"
banter, chaff, jolly, josh, kid - be silly or tease one another; "After we relaxed, we just kidded around"
6.ride - be sustained or supported or borne; "His glasses rode high on his nose"; "The child rode on his mother's hips"; "She rode a wave of popularity"; "The brothers rode to an easy victory on their father's political name"
float - move lightly, as if suspended; "The dancer floated across the stage"
7.ride - have certain properties when driven; "This car rides smoothly"; "My new truck drives well"
drive - operate or control a vehicle; "drive a car or bus"; "Can you drive this four-wheel truck?"
ride - be carried or travel on or in a vehicle; "I ride to work in a bus"; "He rides the subway downtown every day"
8.ride - be contingent on; "The outcomes rides on the results of the election"; "Your grade will depends on your homework"
build on, build upon, repose on, rest on - be based on; of theories and claims, for example; "What's this new evidence based on?"
9.ride - lie moored or anchored; "Ship rides at anchor"
lie - be located or situated somewhere; occupy a certain position
10.ride - sit on and control a vehicle; "He rides his bicycle to work every day"; "She loves to ride her new motorcycle through town"
go, locomote, move, travel - change location; move, travel, or proceed, also metaphorically; "How fast does your new car go?"; "We travelled from Rome to Naples by bus"; "The policemen went from door to door looking for the suspect"; "The soldiers moved towards the city in an attempt to take it before night fell"; "news travelled fast"
ride - be carried or travel on or in a vehicle; "I ride to work in a bus"; "He rides the subway downtown every day"
ride, sit - sit and travel on the back of animal, usually while controlling its motions; "She never sat a horse!"; "Did you ever ride a camel?"; "The girl liked to drive the young mare"
11.ride - climb up on the body; "Shorts that ride up"; "This skirt keeps riding up my legs"
climb, climb up, go up, mount - go upward with gradual or continuous progress; "Did you ever climb up the hill behind your house?"
12.ride - ride over, along, or through; "Ride the freeways of California"
journey, travel - travel upon or across; "travel the oceans"
ride - be carried or travel on or in a vehicle; "I ride to work in a bus"; "He rides the subway downtown every day"
13.ride - keep partially engaged by slightly depressing a pedal with the foot; "Don't ride the clutch!"
mesh, lock, operate, engage - keep engaged; "engaged the gears"
14.ride - copulate with; "The bull was riding the cow"
mammal, mammalian - any warm-blooded vertebrate having the skin more or less covered with hair; young are born alive except for the small subclass of monotremes and nourished with milk
copulate, mate, couple, pair - engage in sexual intercourse; "Birds mate in the Spring"

ride

verb
1. control, be mounted on, handle, sit on, manage, steer I saw a girl riding a horse.
2. travel, be carried, be supported, be borne, go, move, sit, progress, journey I was riding on the back of a friend's bicycle.
noun
1. journey, drive, trip, lift, spin (informal), outing, whirl (informal), jaunt Would you like to go for a ride?
ride something out survive, last, live through, hold out against They managed to ride out the political storm.

ride

verb
1. Informal. To tease or mock good-humoredly:
Informal: kid, rib.
Slang: jive, rag, razz.
2. Informal. To torment with persistent insult or ridicule:
Informal: needle.
Idiom: wave the red flag in front of the bull.
phrasal verb
ride out
To exist in spite of adversity:
noun
A trip in a motor vehicle:
Informal: spin, whirl.
Translations
رِحْلَةٌ على ظَهْر الفَرَسرُكُوبشَوط، رُكْبَهيَرْكَبيَرْكَبُ
jízdajetjet najezditjezdit na koni
ridekørekøreturliftkøre på
راندن
kyytirassiratsastaaajaaajelu
jahatipovesti automvožnja
lovagolellovagolkerékpározáslovaglás
fara túrríîa útríîa; hjólaríîa; hjóla; ferîast meî mótorhjóli/bíltaka òátt í
乗る乗ること人を車に乗せてあげること
타기(탈것에) 타다(차에) 태워 주기
jodinėtijojimo mokyklajotinujotivažinėti
brauktdoties izjādēīss brauciensizbraukumsizjāde
viezť sa
jahatiježaprevozvozitivoziti se
åkaåkturridaskjuts
การเดินทางโดยยานพาหนะหรือหลังม้าการโดยสารไปด้วย
cuộc đicưỡisự đi nhờ xe

ride

[raɪd] (rode (vb: pt) (ridden (pp)))
A. N
1. (= journey) → paseo m; (= car ride) → vuelta f en coche; (= bike ride) → paseo en bicicleta; (= horse ride) → paseo a caballo (esp US) (= free ride) → viaje m gratuito
the ride of the Valkyriesla cabalgata de las valquirias
it's my first ride in a Rollses la primera vez que viajo en un Rolls
he gave me a ride into town (in car) → me llevó en coche a la ciudad, me dio aventón hasta la ciudad (Mex)
to get a ride I got a ride all the way to Bordeauxun automovilista me llevó todo hasta Burdeos
to go for a ride (in car, on bike, on horse) → dar una vuelta, pasear
it was a rough ridefue un viaje bastante incómodo
to give sb a rough ride (fig) → hacer pasar un mal rato a algn
to take a ride in a helicopterdar un paseo en helicóptero
to take sb for a ride (in car) → dar una vuelta en coche a algn (= make fool of) → tomarle el pelo a algn (= swindle) → dar gato por liebre a algn (US) (= kill) → mandar a algn al otro barrio
to be taken for a ridehacer el primo
to come/go along for the rideapuntarse por gusto
2. (= distance travelled) → viaje m, recorrido m
it's only a short ridees poco camino
it's a ten-minute ride on the busson diez minutos en autobús or (Mex) en camión
it's a 70p ride from the stationel viaje desde la estación cuesta 70 peniques
3. (at fairground) (= attraction) → atracción f; (= trip) → viaje m
"50p a ride"50 peniques por persona
4. (= path) → vereda f
B. VT
1. [+ horse] → montar; [+ bicycle] → montar en, ir en, andar en
to ride an elephantir montado en un elefante
he rode his horse into townfue a caballo hasta la ciudad
he rode his horse into the shopentró a caballo en la tienda
to ride a horse hardcastigar mucho a un caballo
can you ride a bike?¿sabes montar en bicicleta?
it has never been riddenhasta ahora nadie ha montado en él
he rode it in two raceslo corrió en dos carreras
2. [+ distance] we rode ten km yesterdayrecorrimos diez kilómetros ayer
3. to ride a good racehacer bien una carrera, dar buena cuenta de sí (en una carrera)
4. (esp US) to ride sbtenerla tomada con algn, no dejar en paz a algn
to ride sb hardexigir mucho a algn, darle duro a algn
don't ride him too hardno seas demasiado severo con él
to ride an idea to deathexplotar una idea con demasiado entusiasmo, acabar con una idea a fuerza de repetirla demasiado
5. (Naut) [+ waves] → hender, surcar
C. VI
1. (on horse) → montar
to ride on an elephantir montado en un elefante
can you ride?¿sabes montar a caballo?
she rides every daymonta todos los días
to ride astridemontar a horcajadas
to ride like madcorrer como el demonio
he rides for a different stablemonta para otra cuadra
2. (in car) → ir, viajar
to ride on a bus/in a car/in a trainviajar en autobús/en coche/en tren
some rode but I had to walkalgunos fueron en coche pero yo tuve que ir a pie
3. (with prep, adv)
he rode straight at mearremetió contra mí
to ride home on sb's shouldersser llevado a casa en los hombros de algn
to ride over/throughandar a caballo por/a través de
we'll ride over to see youvendremos a verte
to ride to Jaénir (a caballo) a Jaén
he rode up to mese me acercó a caballo
4. to ride at anchor (Naut) → estar fondeado
5. (fig) the moon was riding high in the skyla luna estaba en lo alto del cielo
to be riding high [person] → estar alegre, estar en la cumbre de la felicidad
he's riding high at the momentpor ahora lo va muy bien
to let things ridedejar que las cosas sigan su curso
ride about ride around VI + ADVpasearse a caballo/en coche/en bicicleta
ride away VI + ADValejarse, irse, partir
ride back VI + ADVvolver (a caballo, en bicicleta )
ride behind VI + ADVir después, caminar a la zaga; (= in rear seat) → ir en el asiento de atrás; (= on same horse) → cabalgar a la grupa
ride by VI + ADVpasar (a caballo, en bicicleta etc)
ride down VT + ADV
1. (= trample) → atropellar
2. (= catch up with) → coger, alcanzar
ride off VI + ADValejarse, irse, partir
they rode off in pursuitse marcharon a caballo en persecución
ride on VI + ADVseguir adelante
ride out VT + ADV (Naut) [+ storm] → capear, aguantar (fig) [+ crisis] → sobrevivir, sobreponerse a
ride up VI + ADV
1. [horseman, motorcyclist etc] → llegar, acercarse
2. [skirt, dress] → subirse

ride

[ˈraɪd]
n
(on horseback)promenade f
to go for a ride (on horse)faire une promenade
(on bike, in car, for pleasure)promenade f, tour m; (on bus)trajet m
He took me for a ride in his new car → Il m'a emmenée faire un tour dans sa nouvelle voiture.
a fifty-mile car ride across the desert → un trajet de quatre-vingts kilomètres à travers le désert
a short car ride away → à quelques minutes en voiture
a ten-minute bus ride → un trajet de dix minutes en bus
It's a short bus ride to the town centre
BUT Ce n'est pas loin du centre-ville en bus.
to go for a ride (in a car)faire une promenade, faire un tour
to go for a ride (on bike)faire une promenade en vélo, faire un tour en vélo
We went for a bike ride → Nous sommes allés faire une promenade en vélo., Nous sommes allés faire un tour en vélo.
to give sb a ride (mainly US)emmener qn en voiture
to take sb for a ride → faire marcher qn
to be taken for a ride → se faire avoir
to have a rough ride (= difficult time) → en baver
(= distance covered) → trajet m
(in fairground)manège m
vb [rode] [ˈrəʊd] (pt) [ridden] [ˈrɪdən] (pp)
vi
(= ride a horse) → monter (à cheval), faire du cheval
Can you ride? → Savez-vous monter à cheval?, Savez-vous faire du cheval?
I'm learning to ride → J'apprends à monter à cheval., J'apprends à faire du cheval.
(= compete in race) [jockey] → courir
(= go somewhere) (on horseback)aller (à cheval); (on a bike)aller (à bicyclette); (on a motorbike)aller (à moto); (by bus)aller (en autobus); (by car)aller (en voiture)
He rode to work on a bicycle → Il est allé au travail à bicyclette.
It's a comfortable car to ride in
BUT C'est une voiture confortable.
He mounted his horse and rode away
BUT Il a enfourché son cheval et il est parti.
We rode all day
BUT Nous sommes restés toute la journée en selle.
We rode all the way
BUT Nous avons fait tout le chemin en selle.; Nous avons fait tout le chemin à cheval.
[ship] to ride at anchor → être à l'ancre
to be riding (on horse)être à cheval; (on motorbike)être à moto
two men riding on motorcycles → deux hommes à moto
to be riding high → avoir le vent en poupe
to be riding high in the charts → être en bonne position au hit-parade
vt
[+ horse] (in race)monter
to ride a bike → faire du vélo
Can you ride a bike? → Tu sais faire du vélo?
to ride a camel → monter à dos de chameau
to ride a motorbike
He rides his motorbike to work → Il va au travail à moto.
to ride a horse
Can you ride a horse? → Sais-tu faire du cheval?
I saw a girl riding a horse → J'ai vu une fille à cheval.
[+ distance] → parcourir, faire
We rode the ten kilometres into town → Nous avons fait les dix kilomètres qui nous séparaient du centre-ville.
[surfer] [+ waves] → surfer; [bird] [+ air currents] → glisser sur
to ride the waves [ship] → voguer sur les flots
ride on
vt fus (= depend on) → dépendre de
ride out
vt sep [+ crisis] → surmonter
to ride out the storm (fig)surmonter la crise
ride up
vi [skirt, top] → remonter

ride

vb: pret <rode>, ptp <ridden>
n
(in vehicle, on bicycle) → Fahrt f; (on horse) → Ritt m; (for pleasure) → Ausritt m; to go for a rideeine Fahrt machen; (on horse) → reiten gehen; after a hard ride across countrynach einer langen Überlandfahrt; (on horse) → nach einem langen Ritt querfeldein; he gave the child a ride on his backer ließ das Kind auf den Schultern reiten; cycle/car/coach rideRad-/Auto-/Busfahrt f; to go for a ride in the carmit dem Auto wegfahren, eine Fahrt (mit dem Auto) machen; I just came along/went along for the ride (fig inf)ich bin nur zum Vergnügen mitgekommen/mitgegangen; to take somebody for a ride (in car etc) → mit jdm eine Fahrt machen; (inf: = deceive) → jdn anschmieren (inf); he gave me a ride into town in his carer nahm mich im Auto in die Stadt mit; it’s my first ride in a limousine/in a trainich fahre zum ersten Mal in einer Limousine/in einem Zug; can I have a ride on your bike?kann ich mal mit deinem Rad fahren?; 3 rides on the merry-go-round3 Karussellfahrten; that roller coaster is the scariest ride I’ve ever been onich habe noch nie so viel Angst gehabt wie bei der Fahrt auf der Achterbahn; to have a ride in a helicopterin einem Hubschrauber fliegen; we had a ride in a taxi/trainwir sind in einem Taxi/Zug gefahren; it’s an 80p ride from the stationab Bahnhof kostet die Fahrt 80 Pence; the Ride of the Valkyriesder Ritt der Walküren
(= quality of ride) this car gives a smooth/bumpy ridemit diesem Auto fährt es sich sanft/unsanft
(= path for horses)Reitweg m
(sl: = lay) to be a good ridegut im Bett sein (inf)
vi
(on a horse etc, Sport) → reiten (→ on auf +dat); to go ridingreiten gehen; the jockey was riding just under 65 kgder Jockey brachte knapp 65 kg auf die Waage; Peter Mandelson rides again! (fig hum)Peter Mandelson ist wieder da!
(= go in vehicle, by cycle etc)fahren; he was riding on a bicycleer fuhr mit einem Fahrrad; to ride on a bus/in a car/in a train/in a cartin einem Bus/Wagen/Zug/Schubkarren fahren; to ride away or off/downweg- or davon-/hinunterfahren
(fig: = float) the seagull rides on the winddie Möwe lässt sich vom Wind tragen; the moon was riding high in the skyder Mond zog hoch am Himmel dahin; he’s riding high (fig)er schwimmt ganz oben; he was riding high in public opinionin der öffentlichen Meinung stand er ganz oben; to ride at anchor (ship)vor Anker liegen; we’ll just have to let the matter or to let things ride for a whilewir müssen einfach für eine Weile den Dingen ihren Lauf lassen; … but I’ll let it ride…, aber ich lasse es vorerst einmal
(horse) to ride wellgut laufen
vt
horse, donkey etcreiten mit or auf (+dat), → reiten; bicycle, motorbikefahren mit, fahren; I have never ridden a bicycle/a motorbikeich bin noch nie Rad/Motorrad gefahren; may I ride your bike?darf ich mit deinem Fahrrad fahren?; he rode his horse away/back etcer ritt mit seinem Pferd weg/zurück etc; he rode him harder ritt es scharf; he rode the horse into the stableer ritt das Pferd in den Stall; Jason will be ridden by H. MartinJason wird unter H. Martin laufen; to ride two horses at the same time (fig)auf zwei Hochzeiten tanzen; to ride a racebei einem Rennen reiten; to ride a good race(bei einem Rennen) gut reiten; they had ridden 10 kmsie waren 10 km geritten/gefahren; they had ridden all the waysie waren den ganzen Weg geritten/gefahren; he rode the land looking for …er durchritt/durchfuhr das ganze Land auf der Suche nach …; the birds riding the winddie Vögel, die sich vom Wind tragen lassen; the ship rode the wavesdas Schiff trieb auf den Wellen; the surfers rode the wavesdie Surfer ritten auf den Wellen; the party is riding the wave of public supportdie Partei nutzt die Gunst der Öffentlichkeit; witches ride broomsticksHexen reiten auf einem Besen; to ride the storm (lit, fig)den Sturm überstehen; to ride a horse to deathein Pferd zu Tode reiten; to ride an argument to deathein Argument totreden ? also ridden
(US inf: = torment) → piesacken (inf), → schikanieren, zusetzen (+dat); don’t ride him too hardtreibts nicht so toll mit ihm
(sl: = have sex with) → reiten (sl)

ride

[raɪd] (rode (vb: pt) (ridden (pp)))
1. n (on horse) → cavalcata; (in car, on bike) → giro, corsa (esp Am) (lift) → passaggio, strappo
to go for a ride (on horse) → andare a fare una cavalcata (on bike) → andare a fare un giro
it was a rough ride → è stato un viaggio scomodo
he got or was given a rough ride (fig) → passò un momentaccio
it's a 10-minute ride on the bus → ci vogliono 10 minuti in autobus
he gave me a ride into town (in car) → mi ha dato un passaggio in città
to take sb for a ride (in car, on horseback) → portare qn a fare un giro (fig) (make fool of, swindle) → prendere in giro qn
2. vt to ride a horseandare a cavallo; (subj, jockey) → montare un cavallo
to ride a donkey/camel → cavalcare un asino/cammello
to ride a bicycle → andare in bicicletta
can you ride a bike? → sai andare in bicicletta?
he rode his horse into town → è venuto in città a cavallo
we rode 10 km yesterday → ieri abbiamo fatto 10 km a cavallo (or in bicicletta)
to ride a good race → fare un'ottima gara
3. vi (ride a horse) → andare a cavallo; (go by car/bicycle) → andare in macchina/in bicicletta
to ride along/through → passare/attraversare a cavallo (or in macchina )
can you ride? (ride a horse) → sai andare a cavallo?, sai cavalcare?
he's riding high at the moment → in questo momento è sulla cresta dell'onda
to ride at anchor (ship) → essere all'ancora or alla fonda
to let things ride → lasciare che le cose seguano il loro corso
ride out vt + adv (Naut) (storm) → sostenere (fig) (difficult period) → superare
to ride out the storm (fig) → mantenersi a galla
ride up vi + adv (skirt, dress) → salire

ride

(raid) past tense rode (roud) : past participle ridden (ˈridn) verb
1. to travel or be carried (in a car, train etc or on a bicycle, horse etc). He rides to work every day on an old bicycle; The horsemen rode past.
2. to (be able to) ride on and control (a horse, bicycle etc). Can you ride a bicycle?
3. to take part (in a horse-race etc). He's riding in the first race.
4. to go out regularly on horseback (eg as a hobby). My daughter rides every Saturday morning.
noun
1. a journey on horseback, on a bicycle etc. He likes to go for a long ride on a Sunday afternoon.
2. a usually short period of riding on or in something. Can I have a ride on your bike?
ˈrider noun
ˈriding-school noun
a place where people are taught to ride horses.

ride

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