rode, past tense; riding, present participle; ridden, past participle; rides, 3rd person singular present;
Sit on and control the movement of (an animal, esp. a horse), typically as a recreation or sport
Diana went to watch him ride his horse
I haven't ridden much since the accident
Travel on a horse or other animal
we rode on horseback
some of the officers were riding back
Sit on and control (a bicycle or motorcycle) for recreation or as a means of transport
he rode a Harley Davidson across the U.S
Travel in or on (a vehicle) as a passenger
I started riding on the buses
Travel in (a vehicle) or on (a public transport system) as a passenger
she rides the bus across 42nd Street
Go through or over (an area) on horseback, a bicycle, etc
ride the full length of the Ridgeway
Compete in (a race) on horseback or on a bicycle or motorcycle
I rode a good race
Travel up or down in (an elevator)
the astronauts rode elevators to the launch pad
we'll ride up in the elevator
(of a vehicle, animal, racetrack, etc.) Be of a particular character for riding on or in
the van rode as well as some cars of twice the price
Transport (someone) in a vehicle
the taxi driver who rode Kelly into the airport not long ago
Be carried or supported by (something with a great deal of momentum)
a stream of young surfers fighting the elements to ride the waves
the fund rode the growth boom in the 1980s
Project or overlap
when two lithospheric plates collide, one tends to ride over the other
(of a vessel) Sail or float
a large cedar barque rode at anchor
Float or seem to float
the moon was riding high in the sky
Yield to (a blow) so as to reduce its impact
Harrison drew back his jaw as if riding the blow
vulgar. Have sexual intercourse with
(of a supernatural being) Take spiritual possession of (someone)
Annoy, pester, or tease
if you don't give all the kids a chance to play, the parents ride you
Be full of or dominated by
you must not think him ridden with angst
the crime-ridden streets
A journey made on horseback, on a bicycle or motorcycle, or in a vehicle
did you enjoy your ride?
investors have had a bumpy ride
A person giving someone a lift in their vehicle
their ride into town had dropped them off near the bridge
A motor vehicle
that green Chevy over there, that's my ride
The quality of comfort or smoothness offered by a vehicle while it is being driven, as perceived by the driver or passenger
the ride is comfortable, though there is a slight roll when cornering
A path, typically one through woods, for riding horses
A demonstration of horse riding as an entertainment
A roller coaster, merry-go-round, or other amusement ridden at a fair or amusement park
vulgar. An act of sexual intercourse
A cymbal used for keeping up a continuous rhythm
sit and travel on the back of animal, usually while controlling its motions; "She never sat a horse!"; "Did you ever ride a camel?"; "The girl liked to drive the young mare"
drive: a journey in a vehicle (usually an automobile); "he took the family for a drive in his new car"
a mechanical device that you ride for amusement or excitement
be carried or travel on or in a vehicle; "I ride to work in a bus"; "He rides the subway downtown every day"
continue undisturbed and without interference; "Let it ride"
move like a floating object; "The moon rode high in the night sky"
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Ride is an album by the band Godspeed, released in 1994 on the Atlantic Records label.
An instance of riding; A vehicle; An amusement ridden at a fair or amusement park; A lift given to someone in another person's vehicle; a bridleway or other wide country path; To transport oneself by sitting on and directing a horse, later also a bicycle etc. [from 8th c. ...
(Riders) An addition to an insurance policy that becomes a part of the contract.
(Riders) Coverages purchased by a group to provide additional benefits.
(Riders) Addition to an insurance policy that changes the provisions of the policy.
(14. Riders) Indicate type of rider and benefit amount (if applicable) for all riders attached to base policy.
(Riders) Additional or supplementary benefits that are bought together with a main life policy on the same life and are combined for the purposes of collecting one premium. They ride on and are considered as part of the main policy. ...
(Riders) Additional types of insurance protection that can sometimes be added for a cost to a policy to protect against a variety of other losses.
(Riders) Any attached rider to a policy maybe subject to payment of additional premiums and are subject to all conditions, limitations and exclusions of the Policy unless specifically amended
(Riders) Extra benefits that may be purchased on a policy
(Riders) Named person or people who will be riding your bike or scooter.
(Riders) These are additional benefits you may buy and add to your policy at a nominal cost. The terms of riders are specific. For example a critical illness rider will entail a payout in case of occurrence of any of the illnesses as described in the product offer.
(Riders) additional coverage added to the base policy. Some examples are Waiver of Premium, Guaranteed Insurability Rider, Children or Family Rider, Return of Premium, and Disability Income.
(riders) Amendments attached to bills in conference committee, often completely unrelated to the bill to which they are added.