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I learned to ride only last year.
Children were taking turns riding a pony.
Have you ever ridden on a camel?
knights riding into battle
She rode away at a gentle trot.
They rode to the wedding in a carriage.
He enjoys riding around in his new car.
She rode over to the island on a ferry.
They rode through the streets of the city.
If you’d stop riding him so much, he’d be able to get his job done.
This weekend I’ll be riding herd on a group of 12 girls we’re taking into the city to see the ballet.
During the Great Depression, many men in the United States rode the rails looking for work.
This is the American English definition of ride. View British English definition of ride.
a derogatory word used for referring to people in the banking and investment industry who are thought of as taking serious risks in order to increase their own earnings …add a word
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