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rides is ride's Simple Present

ride

US [raɪd]
UK [raɪd]
  • v.骑;乘坐;骑马;搭乘
  • n.搭便车;(乘车或骑车的)短途旅程;免费搭车;(乘坐汽车等的)旅行
  • Web游乐设施;乘驰;乘车的游戏
Past Tense:rode  Past Participle:ridden  Simple Present:rides  Present Participle:riding  
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v.
horse
1.
[i][t]
驾驭马匹;骑马to sit on a horse, etc. and control it as it moves
I learnt to ride as a child.
我小时候就学会了骑马。
They rode along narrow country lanes.
他们骑马走在狭窄的乡村小路上。
He was riding on a large black horse.
他骑在一匹高大的黑马上。
She had never ridden a horse before.
她以前从没骑过马。
He's ridden six winners so far this year(= in horse racing) .
他今年到目前为止已六次在赛马中夺标。
2.
[i]
骑马(消遣)to spend time riding a horse for pleasure
How often do you go riding?
你多长时间骑一次马?
自行车;摩托车bicycle/motorcycle
3.
[t][i]
骑;驾驶to sit on and control a bicycle, motorcycle, etc.
The boys were riding their bikes around the streets.
男孩子们骑着自行车在街上兜风。
He rode a Harley Davidson.
他骑着一辆哈雷摩托车。
The ground there is too rough to ride over.
那里地面高低不平,无法骑车。
车辆in vehicle
4.
[i][t]
搭乘;乘坐to travel in a vehicle, especially as a passenger
I walked back while the others rode in the car.
别人都乘车,而我是走回来的。
to ride the subway/an elevator, etc.
乘地铁、电梯等
She rode the bus to school every day.
她每天乘公共汽车去上学。
在水面╱空中on water/air
5.
[i][t]
漂浮;飘浮to float or be supported on water or air
We watched the balloon riding high above the fields.
我们看着气球高高地飘浮在田野上空。
surfers riding the waves
踏浪而行的冲浪者
穿越go through area
6.
[t]
~ sth
(骑马、自行车等)穿越,翻越to go through or over an area on a horse, bicycle, etc.
We rode the mountain trails.
我们骑着马走在山里的小路上。
批评criticize
7.
[t]
~ sb
数落;嘲弄to criticize or tease sb in an annoying way
Why is everybody riding me today?
怎么今天大家都拿我取笑?
IDM
be riding for a fall
做事莽撞;做招致风险的事to be doing sth that involves risks and that may end in disaster
be riding high
获得成功;信心十足to be successful or very confident
let sth ride
决定对…不立即采取行动to decide to do nothing about a problem that you know you may have to deal with later
The band is riding the crest of its last tour.
乐队正处于最近这次巡回演出后的顶峰状态。
ride the crest of sth
(因某种情况)处于鼎盛时期to enjoy great success or support because of a particular situation or event
The band is riding the crest of its last tour.
乐队正处于最近这次巡回演出后的顶峰状态。
police riding herd on crowds of youths on the streets
警方监视着街上成群结队的年轻人
ride herd on sb/sth
(informal)
监视;对某人╱某物严加控制to keep watch or control over sb/sth
police riding herd on crowds of youths on the streets
警方监视着街上成群结队的年轻人
ride shotgun
(informal)
坐在车的前排座位上to ride in the front passenger seat of a car or truck
Schools are riding a wave of renewed public interest.
各校重新受益于公众的关注。
ride a/the wave of sth
受益于某事;乘…之势to enjoy or be supported by the particular situation or quality mentioned
Schools are riding a wave of renewed public interest.
各校重新受益于公众的关注。
n.
车辆in vehicle
1.
(乘车或骑车的)短途旅程a short journey in a vehicle, on a bicycle, etc.
a train ride through beautiful countryside
乘火车穿越美丽乡村的旅程
It's a ten-minute bus ride from here to town.
从这里到镇上乘公共汽车要花十分钟。
Steve gave me a ride on his motorbike.
史蒂夫用摩托车捎了我一程。
We went for a ride on our bikes.
我们骑自行车出去兜了一圈。
a bike ride
骑自行车出行
2.
免费搭车;搭便车a free ride in a car, etc. to a place you want to get to
She hitched a ride to the station.
她搭便车去车站。
We managed to get a ride into town when we missed the bus.
我们没赶上公共汽车,就设法搭了一辆便车去城里。
3.
(乘坐汽车等的)旅行the kind of journey you make in a car, etc.
a smooth/comfortable/bumpy, etc. ride
舒适、颠簸等的旅行
The new legislation faces a bumpy ride(= will meet with opposition and difficulties) .
新的法规前路崎岖。
on horse
4.
(骑马等的)短途旅程a short journey on a horse, etc.
a pony ride
骑一会儿小马
The kids had a ride on an elephant at the zoo.
在动物园里,孩子们骑着大象走了一圈。
He goes for a ride most mornings.
他上午经常骑马出去兜一圈。
游乐场at funfair
5.
供乘骑的游乐设施;乘坐(游乐设施)a large machine at a funfair or amusement park that you ride on for fun or excitement; an occasion when you go on one of these
The rides are free.
免费乘坐。
a roller coaster ride
坐一趟过山车
IDM
come/go along for the ride
(informal)
随大溜;凑凑热闹;逢场作戏to join in an activity for pleasure but without being seriously interested in it
He will be given a rough ride at the party conference.
在党员大会上他会很难过这一关。
have a rough/an easy ride|give sb a rough/an easy ride
(informal)
(使)举步维艰(或一帆风顺)to experience/not experience difficulties when you are doing sth; to make things difficult/easy for sb
He will be given a rough ride at the party conference.
在党员大会上他会很难过这一关。
It's not a pleasant feeling to discover you've been taken for a ride by someone you trusted.
发现被你信任的人骗了,心里很不是滋味。
take sb for a ride
(informal)
欺骗;愚弄to cheat or trick sb
It's not a pleasant feeling to discover you've been taken for a ride by someone you trusted.
发现被你信任的人骗了,心里很不是滋味。

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