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The ride in the taxi was hot and bumpy.
Jed let us have a ride on his horse.
The bus ride from the airport was very pleasant.
I went for a ride in a helicopter last week.
We thought it would be fun to take a ride in the balloon.
Billy won't let me have a ride on his bike.
a fair with stalls, rides, and entertainment
The guys all went to a football match, and I went along for the ride.
The opposition aren't going to give the new government an easy ride.
I found out I'd been taken for a ride by someone I really trusted.
This is the British English definition of ride. View American English definition of ride.
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