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riding

noun [U] uk   us   /ˈraɪ.dɪŋ/
the sport or activity of riding horses: Have you ever been riding? She goes riding on Saturdays. riding boots and a riding hat
Translations of “riding”
in Korean 승마…
in Arabic رُكوب الخَيل…
in Portuguese andar a cavalo…
in Catalan equitació, muntar a cavall…
in Japanese 乗馬…
in Italian equitazione, ippica…
in Chinese (Traditional) 騎馬(運動或活動)…
in Russian верховая езда…
in Turkish at binme, binicilik sporu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 骑马(运动或活动)…
in Polish jeździectwo…
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