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cy·cling

 (sī′klĭng)
n.
The act, sport, or technique of riding or racing on a bicycle, motorcycle, or similar vehicle.
adj.
Relating to or used in cycling.

cy•cling

(ˈsaɪ klɪŋ)

n.
1. the act or sport of riding a bicycle, motorcycle, or the like.
2. the sport of touring or racing on usu. lightweight bicycles with low handlebars and multiple gears.
[1935–40]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cycling - the sport of traveling on a bicycle or motorcyclecycling - the sport of traveling on a bicycle or motorcycle
bicycling - riding a bicycle
motorcycling - riding a motorcycle; "motorcycling is a dangerous sport"
dune cycling - bicycling or motorcycling on sand dunes
athletics, sport - an active diversion requiring physical exertion and competition
Translations
cyklistika
cykling
pyöräily
bicikliranje
サイクリング
사이클링
kolesarjenje
cykling
การขี่จักรยาน
sự đi xe đạp

cycling

[ˈsaɪklɪŋ]
A. Nciclismo m
to go cyclingir or montar en bicicleta, hacer ciclismo
the roads round here are ideal for cyclinglas carreteras de por aquí son ideales para ir or montar en bicicleta
B. CPD cycling holiday Nvacaciones fpl en bicicleta
cycling shorts NPLculotes mpl, culotte(s) m(pl)

cycling

[ˈsaɪkəlɪŋ] ncyclisme m cycling holiday, cycling shortscycling holiday nvacances fpl à bicyclette
to go on a cycling holiday
I'm going on a cycling holiday in Brittany → Je vais faire un tour en Bretagne à bicyclette., Je pars en Bretagne faire du cyclotourisme.cycling shorts nplshort m de cycliste, cycliste m

cycling

nRadfahren nt; I enjoy cyclingich fahre gern Rad

cycling

:
cycling cape
nRadmantel m, → Radcape nt
cycling holiday
nUrlaub mmit dem Fahrrad
cycling shorts
plRadlerhose f
cycling tour
nRadtour f

cycling

[ˈsaɪklɪŋ] nciclismo

cycling

رُكُوبُ الدَرَّاجَة cyklistika cykling Radfahren ποδηλασία ciclismo pyöräily cyclisme bicikliranje ciclismo サイクリング 사이클링 fietsen sykling kolarstwo ciclismo езда на велосипеде cykling การขี่จักรยาน bisiklete binme sự đi xe đạp 自行车运动
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cycling

n (sport) ciclismo
References in classic literature ?
I had, however, the less diffidence in that it would have a technical interest for her, being indeed no other than a song of cycling a deux which had been suggested by one of those alarmist danger-posts always placed at the top of the pleasantest hills, sternly warning the cyclist that "this hill is dangerous,"--just as in life there is always some minatory notice-board frowning upon us in the direction we most desire to take.
Strange as was the form, the meaning was clear enough; so Ida hastened to her room, and had hardly slipped on her light grey cycling dress when she saw the tandem with its large occupant at the door.
I remained in my hiding-place, and it was well that I did so, for presently the man reappeared, cycling slowly back.
In comparison with other commercially available PCR reagent kits, the new method dramatically reduces cycling times by 1 hour down to under 20 minutes.
A new study suggests that drafting off of an opponent during the swimming leg of a triathlon can improve your cycling leg.
The researchers found, among other discoveries, that benzene may perturb cell cycling that is mediated by the gene for the protein p53, triggering a host of fatal problems at the cellular level and thus causing blood cell malignancies epigenetically (that is, without encoding the information in the genetic code).
CYCLING doesn't have to mean letting gravity take over like the downhill racer on the right.
Sally Cairns on some successful attempts to promote cycling
D-M-E is also working on Dynamic Thermal Cycling, which incorporates SMR along with selective heating and cooling of the mold.
Hand Cycles: Hand-powered cycles have made cycling accessible to individuals who do not have the leg strength to use traditional leg-powered cycles.
6, 1990 NATURE that an individual star could go through both phases, sometimes cycling and other times not.

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