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Turkish translation of “ride”

ride

noun [C]
 
 
/raɪd/
VEHICLE B1 a journey in a vehicle or train
(tren vb.) gitme, seyahat etme, binme
Can I give you a ride to the station?Journeys
BICYCLE B1 a journey riding a bicycle, motorcycle, or horse
(bisiklet, motosiklet, at vb.) binme, sürme, kullanma
He's gone out for a ride on his bike.Journeys
PLAYING B1 a machine at a fair (= event outdoors) which moves people up and down, round in circles, etc as they sit in it
dönme dolap
Carnival, fairground and circus
(Definition of ride noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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