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Bikeverb

To ride a bike.

‘I biked so much yesterday that I'm very sore today.’;

Bykenoun

(wasps' or hornets' nest)

Bikeverb

To travel by bike.

‘It was such a nice day I decided to bike to the store, though it's far enough I usually take my car.’;

Bikenoun

A hive of bees, or a nest of wasps, hornets, or ants.

Bikenoun

A crowd of people.

Bikenoun

A nest of wild bees, wasps, or ants; a swarm.

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Bikenoun

a motor vehicle with two wheels and a strong frame

Bikenoun

a wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals

Bikeverb

ride a bicycle

Bikenoun

a bicycle or motorcycle

‘I'm going by bike’; ‘my friends and I would ride our bikes’; ‘a bike ride’;

Bikenoun

a nest or swarm of bees, wasps, or hornets

‘they swarmed over him like a bike of wasps’;

Bikeverb

ride a bicycle or motorcycle

‘Danny bikes to the park and back every day’;

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Bikeverb

cause (a letter or package) to be delivered by bicycle or motorcycle

‘I'll get them to bike the scripts over’;

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