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ridernoun [C]

 us   /ˈrɑɪ·dər/
a ​person in a ​vehicle, or on an ​animal, ​bicycle, etc.
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ridernoun [C]

uk   /ˈraɪ.dər/  us   /-dɚ/

rider noun [C] (ON HORSE/BICYCLE)

B1 a ​person who ​travels along on a ​horse or ​bicycle: One of the riders was ​thrown off his ​horse.
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rider noun [C] (EXTRA STATEMENT)

formal a ​statement that is ​added to what has already been said or ​decided, or an ​addition to a ​government bill (= a written ​plan for a ​law): I should like to ​add a rider to the ​judgment of the ​court.
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ridernoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈraɪdər/
LAW, INSURANCE an ​addition to an ​official or ​legaldocument: You'll need a rider or ​extrainsurance for ​high-enditems such as ​jewelry, ​computers, and artwork. The Senate had to ​accept the rider to the ​bill that Gorton had crafted with ​miningindustrylobbyists.
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