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ride [raɪd]  [raɪd] 


ride 基本解释



名词(乘坐汽车等的)旅行; 乘骑; (乘车或骑车的)短途旅程; 供乘骑的游乐设施

及物动词搭乘; (骑马、自行车等)穿越; 飘浮

ride 同义词





ride 反义词


ride 相关词组


1. ride up : 缩上去;

2. ride high : 得意洋洋;

3. ride over : 压制;

4. take sb. for a ride : 欺骗某人, 用汽车绑架杀害某人;

5. ride off : 岔开;

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ride 相关例句


1. ride的解释

1. We have ridden 600 miles.


1. The ship riding close to shore will set sail tomorrow.

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2. I'll let the matter ride a few months.


1. We went for a ride in the car.

ride 情景对话


B:(It takes me/ The ride is/ My trip takes) about an hour.

A:That’s not too bad.


A:What are your weekend arrangements?

B:There’re many things I can do on weekends.

A:What sort of things are you interested in?

B:I’m keen on taking short trips to nearby scenic spots. More often than not, I go with some of my friends. By the way, what are your favorites?

A:I love swimming and cycling. On Sunday morning I have swimming practice for an hour. In the afternoon, I just ride my bike around the city or along the country roads for almost two hours.

B:That’s great! I think they do you a lot of good. Where do you swim?


A:Mostly in the city’s swimming pool. But on occasion, I go to the beach with friends. Well, what do you do at leisure?

B:I’m fond of dancing.


A:Good. You really know how to enjoy yourself.

B:Thanks. And you, too, I think.

ride 网络解释

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1. 骑马:睡觉必须在允许sleep的房间里才能睡觉,丐帮弟子除外,当然你还可以使用睡袋(sleep每个大的城市都有马厩,您可以给马夫1两白银后(18岁以前不用给钱),通过骑马(ride)来快速到达某一城市.

2. 骑术:北欧传说中有吸血僵尸的说法,南美传说中也有一个名为阿兹曼(Azeman)的吸血女鬼,白天为女人的形状手艺 (Craft)、隐藏(Hide)、方向感(Intuit Direction)、听力(Listen) 、无声移动(Move Silently)、骑术(Ride)、察辨(Spot) 、绳索使

ride 词典解释

1. 骑(马)
    When you ride a horse, you sit on it and control its movements.

    e.g. I saw a girl riding a horse...
    e.g. Can you ride?...

2. 骑(自行车或摩托车);驾驶
    When you ride a bicycle or a motorcycle, you sit on it, control it, and travel along on it.

    e.g. Riding a bike is great exercise...
    e.g. Two men riding on motorcycles opened fire on him...

3. 搭乘,乘坐(交通工具)
    When you ride in a vehicle such as a car, you travel in it.

    e.g. He prefers travelling on the Tube to riding in a limousine...
    e.g. I was riding on the back of a friend's bicycle...

4. (骑马、骑自行车或乘车的)旅行,旅程;车程
    A ride is a journey on a horse or bicycle, or in a vehicle.

    e.g. She took some friends for a ride in the family car...
    e.g. Would you like to go for a ride?...

5. (游乐场中)供骑乘的游乐设施
    In a fairground, a ride is a large machine that people ride on for fun.

6. 依赖;依靠;取决于
    If you say that one thing is riding on another, you mean that the first thing depends on the second thing.


    e.g. Billions of pounds are riding on the outcome of the election...
    e.g. Everything rides on the judgment of these few men.

7. see also: riding

When you want to say that someone is controlling a horse, bicycle, or motorbike, you can use ride as a transitive verb, with the object coming immediately after it. Whether you ride a motorbike, scooter or moped, get yourself properly trained. However, if you want to say that someone is a passenger in a vehicle, ride must be followed by a preposition. I was riding on the back of a friend's bicycle... We are still letting our children ride in the front seat of our cars. If ride is used without an object, a preposition, or any other phrase that specifies the context, it usually refers to the activity of riding a horse. 'Do you ride?' — 'No, I've never been on a horse.'
表示骑马、自行车或摩托车时,ride可以用作及物动词,宾语紧接其后:Whether you ride a motorbike, scooter or moped, get yourself properly trained(不管是骑摩托车、小轮摩托车还是机动自行车,都应接受适当的培训)。然而,表示乘交通工具时,ride必须和介词连用:I was riding on the back of a friend's bicycle (我当时坐在一个朋友的自行车后座上),We are still letting our children ride in the front seat of our cars (我们仍然让孩子们坐在汽车的前座上)。如果ride后未接宾语、介词或其他明确语境的词组,通常表示骑马:‘Do you ride?’ — ‘No, I've never been on a horse’ (“你会骑马吗?”——“不会,我从来没有骑过”)。

8. 人气高涨;春风得意
    If you say that someone or something is riding high, you mean that they are popular or successful at the present time.

    e.g. He was riding high in the public opinion polls...
    e.g. His team is riding high.

9. 难题;非难;困境
    If you say that someone faces a rough ride, you mean that things are going to be difficult for them because people will criticize them a lot or treat them badly.

    e.g. The Chancellor could face a rough ride unless the plan works...
    e.g. The woman who is brave enough to pursue her own path must prepare herself for a rough ride.

10. 上当受骗;被欺骗
      If you say that someone has been taken for a ride, you mean that they have been deceived or cheated.

      e.g. When he had not returned with my money an hour later I realized that I had been taken for a ride.

11. to ride roughshod over -> see roughshod

相关词组:ride outride up

ride 英英释义



1. a journey in a vehicle (usually an automobile)

    e.g. he took the family for a drive in his new car

    Synonym: drive

2. a mechanical device that you ride for amusement or excitement


1. harass with persistent criticism or carping

    e.g. The children teased the new teacher
           Don't ride me so hard over my failure
           His fellow workers razzed him when he wore a jacket and tie

    Synonym: teaserazzragcodtantalizetantalisebaittaunttwitrally

2. copulate with

    e.g. The bull was riding the cow

    Synonym: mount

3. keep partially engaged by slightly depressing a pedal with the foot

    e.g. Don't ride the clutch!

4. move like a floating object

    e.g. The moon rode high in the night sky

5. ride over, along, or through

    e.g. Ride the freeways of California

6. be carried or travel on or in a vehicle

    e.g. I ride to work in a bus
           He rides the subway downtown every day

7. sit and travel on the back of animal, usually while controlling its motions

    e.g. She never sat a horse!
           Did you ever ride a camel?
           The girl liked to drive the young mare

    Synonym: sit

8. climb up on the body

    e.g. Shorts that ride up
           This skirt keeps riding up my legs

9. sit on and control a vehicle

    e.g. He rides his bicycle to work every day
           She loves to ride her new motorcycle through town

10. continue undisturbed and without interference

    e.g. Let it ride

11. lie moored or anchored

      e.g. Ship rides at anchor

12. be contingent on

      e.g. The outcomes rides on the results of the election
             Your grade will depends on your homework

      Synonym: depend ondevolve ondepend uponturn onhinge onhinge upon

13. have certain properties when driven

      e.g. This car rides smoothly
             My new truck drives well

      Synonym: drive

14. be sustained or supported or borne

      e.g. His glasses rode high on his nose
             The child rode on his mother's hips
             She rode a wave of popularity
             The brothers rode to an easy victory on their father's political name


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