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ride /raɪd/ verb (past tense rode /rəʊd $ roʊd/, past participle ridden /ˈrɪdn/)
ride noun [countable]

Irregular Forms: (ridden)(rode)

مسلط شدن ، سواری ، گردش سواره ، سوار شدن ، علوم مهندسی: سوار شدن بر ، علوم نظامی: چرخش ناو روی لنگر
- control, handle, manage
- travel, be carried, go, move
- trip, drive, jaunt, journey, lift, outing
Related Idioms: go for a spin
Related Words: oppress, persecute, torment, torture, excursion, expedition, journey, tour, trip
English Thesaurus: journey, trip, tour, excursion, expedition, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. ride1 S2 W2 /raɪd/ verb (past tense rode /rəʊd $ roʊd/, past participle ridden /ˈrɪdn/)
[Word Family: noun: ride, rider, riding, override; verb: ride, override; adjective: overriding]
[Language: Old English; Origin: ridan]

1. ANIMAL [intransitive and transitive] to sit on an animal, especially a horse, and make it move along:
She learned to ride when she was seven.
He was riding a large grey mare.
ride on
She arrived riding on a white horse.
ride away/across/through etc
He rode away across the marshes.

2. BICYCLE/MOTORBIKE [intransitive always + adverb/preposition, transitive] to travel on a bicycle or motorbike:
He had never learned to ride a bicycle.
They mounted their bikes and rode off.

3. VEHICLE [intransitive always + adverb/preposition, transitive] especially American English to travel in a bus, car, or other vehicle that you are not driving:
We got onto the bus and rode into San Francisco.
ride in
The kids were riding in the back.
ride a bus American English:
Ann rides the bus to work.
Do not use ride to talk about someone controlling a car or other vehicle. Use drive: the man who was driving the stolen car

4. IN A LIFT [intransitive always + adverb/preposition, transitive] American English to travel up or down in a lift
ride up/down
He rode the elevator down to the first floor.
I rode up to the tenth floor.

a) [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] to be floating in water or in the air:
The smaller boat was lighter and rode higher in the water.
The moon was riding high in the sky.
There was a large ship riding at anchor in the bay.
b) ride a wave to float on a wave and move forward with it:
surfboarders riding the waves

6. be riding high to feel very happy and confident:
They were still riding high after their election victory.

7. let something ride spoken to take no action about something that is wrong or unpleasant:
What he had said was wrong, and I knew I shouldn’t just let it ride.

8. ride roughshod over something to ignore someone else’s feelings or ideas because you have the power or authority to do this:
The planning authorities should not ride roughshod over the wishes of local people.

9. ANNOY SOMEBODY [transitive] American English spoken to annoy someone by often criticizing them or asking them to do things:
Why are you riding her so hard?

10. ride on sb’s shoulders/back if a child rides on someone’s shoulders or back, they are carried in that way

11. ride a punch/blow to move back slightly when someone hits you, so that you are not hit with so much force:
He managed to ride the punch.

12. be riding for a fall informal to be doing something unwise which could result in failure:
I had a feeling he was riding for a fall, and tried to tell him so.
ride on something phrasal verb
if one thing is riding on another, it depends on it:
He knew he had to win – his reputation was riding on it.
There’s a lot riding on this match.
ride something ↔ out phrasal verb

1. if a ship rides out a storm, it manages to keep floating until the storm has ended

2. if you ride out a difficult situation, you are not badly harmed by it:
Most large companies should be able to ride out the recession.
ride up phrasal verb
if a piece of clothing rides up, it moves upwards so that it is no longer covering your body properly

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. ride2 S3 noun [countable]
[Word Family: noun: ride, rider, riding, override; verb: ride, override; adjective: overriding]

1. CAR/TRAIN ETC a journey in a vehicle, when you are not driving ⇒ lift
ride in
He invited me to go for a ride in his new car.
Can you give me a ride back to town?
Sammy had promised to take me for a ride in his truck.
I managed to get a ride down to the station.
We hitched a ride (=got a free ride from a passing vehicle) into town.
car/bus/train etc ride
A fifteen minute taxi ride will take you to the airport.
a smooth/comfortable/bumpy etc ride
The new model offers a lovely smooth, comfortable ride.

2. HORSE/BICYCLE a journey on a bicycle, a horse, or a similar animal
ride on
Can I have a ride on your bike?
a bike/bicycle ride
Shall we go for a bike ride this afternoon?

3. a rough/easy ride informal if people give someone, especially someone in authority, a rough or an easy ride, they make a situation difficult or easy for them:
Journalists gave the Prime Minister a rough ride at the press conference.
The chairman will face a rough ride from shareholders.
The President will not have an easy ride when he gives his account of events.

4. a bumpy ride informal if something has a bumpy ride, it experiences a lot of problems:
Shares had a bumpy ride yesterday, falling by an average of 15%.
The new bill could be in for a bumpy ride when it is put before parliament.

5. take somebody for a ride spoken to trick someone, especially in order to get money from them:
I’d just begun to realise he was taking me for a ride.

6. come/go along for the ride spoken to join what other people are doing just for pleasure, not because you are seriously interested in it:
A couple of friends had come along for the ride.

7. MACHINE a large machine that people ride on for fun at a fair:
We went on loads of rides.

8. PATH literary a path for riding on a horse in the countryside:
a grassy ride

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADJ. long, short We have a long ride ahead of us tomorrow.
leisurely We went for a leisurely ride along the canal.
comfortable, easy, smooth (all often figurative) The new legislation did not have a smooth ride through Parliament.
bumpy, rough, uncomfortable It was a bumpy ride along the farm track. (figurative) The new teacher was given a rough ride by the class.
wild He took her for a wild ride on the back of his motorbike.
free He used to get free rides by hiding in the toilet of the train.
bike, bus, cab, car, coach, cycle, gondola, sleigh, taxi, train, tram | camel, donkey, pony | funfair, helterskelter, rollercoaster, white-knuckle (often figurative) The day had been a rollercoaster ride of emotion.
VERB + RIDE have, take Visitors can take a ride on a steam locomotive. | go for She's gone for a ride on her bike.
enjoy | bum, cadge, get, hitch, thumb I managed to cadge a ride with a lorry driver. | give sb
PREP. ~ from The ride from our house to my parents' takes about an hour.
~ to

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

ADV. fast, hard They rode hard all night.
slowly | steadily | bareback, side-saddle riding bareback on a circus horse
away, back, home, off, on, out, over, past At the end of the film they ride off into the sunset.
VERB + RIDE learn to | teach sb (how) to
PREP. along, down, from, on, through, to, up, etc. riding along a country lane
PHRASES go riding

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


take/have a ride
Visitors can take a ride on a steam train.
go for a ride
He went for a ride in a private plane piloted by a friend.
give somebody a ride
Ellie gave us a ride to school.
get a ride AmE:
I left the farm that night, and got a ride into town.
hitch a ride (=get a free ride from a passing vehicle)
He hitched a ride to Denver on a truck.
take somebody for a ride
Hugh took me for a ride in his new car.
a car/bus/train etc ride
The resort is a short bus ride away from the hotel.
a short/long ride
I climbed slowly aboard the bus for the long ride to Hawkesworth.
a smooth/comfortable ride
The new suspension produces a smoother ride.
a bumpy ride
Part of the flight had been a bumpy ride through a thunderstorm.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

See: along for the ride , let ride , run with hare and hunt (ride) with the hounds , take for a ride , thumb a ride

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

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