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bike

noun [C] uk   /baɪk/ us  
A1 a bicycle: It would be better for the environment if more people used bikes rather than cars. My youngest child is learning to ride a bike.B1 informal a motorcycle
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verb uk   /baɪk/ us  
[I] informal to go somewhere by bicycle: Do you want to bike to the park, or walk? [T] UK to use a motorcycle to take something to someone: We biked a copy over to Greg at the BBC.
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