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Meaning of "ride" in Essential American English Dictionary

ride

verb   /rɑɪd/ ( present participle riding, past tense rode, past participle ridden)
to travel by sitting on a horse, bicycle, or motorcycle and controlling it: I ride my bike to work. A1 to travel by sitting on a horse, bicycle, or motorcycle and controlling it: I ride my bike to work.
(Definition of ride verb from the Websters Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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