Sally ride



noun
1.
Sally, 1951–2012, U.S. astronaut and astrophysicist: first U.S. woman to reach outer space 1983.
verb rides, riding, rode, ridden
1.
to sit on and control the movements of (a horse or other animal)
2.
(transitive) to sit on and propel (a bicycle or similar vehicle)
3.
(intransitive; often foll by on or in) to be carried along or travel on or in a vehicle: she rides to work on the bus
4.
(transitive) to travel over or traverse: they rode the countryside in search of shelter
5.
(transitive) to take part in by riding: to ride a race
6.
to travel through or be carried across (sea, sky, etc): the small boat rode the waves, the moon was riding high
7.
(transitive) (US & Canadian) to cause to be carried: to ride someone out of town
8.
(intransitive) to be supported as if floating: the candidate rode to victory on his new policies
9.
(intransitive) (of a vessel) to lie at anchor
10.
(transitive) (of a vessel) to be attached to (an anchor)
11.
(esp of a bone) to overlap or lie over (another structure or part)
12.
(South African, informal)

(intransitive) to drive a car
(transitive) to transport (goods, farm produce, etc) by motor vehicle or cart

13.
(transitive) (of a male animal) to copulate with; mount
14.
(transitive) (slang) to have sexual intercourse with (someone)
15.
(transitive; usually passive) to tyrannize over or dominate: ridden by fear
16.
(transitive) (informal) to persecute, esp by constant or petty criticism: don’t ride me so hard over my failure
17.
(intransitive) (informal) to continue undisturbed: I wanted to change something, but let it ride
18.
(transitive) to endure successfully; ride out
19.
(transitive) to yield slightly to (a blow or punch) in order to lessen its impact
20.
(intransitive) often foll by on. (of a bet) to remain placed: let your winnings ride on the same number
21.
(intransitive) (jazz) to play well, esp in freely improvising at perfect tempo
22.
ride roughshod over, to domineer over or act with complete disregard for
23.
ride to hounds, to take part in a fox hunt on horseback
24.
ride for a fall, to act in such a way as to invite disaster
25.
(informal) ride again, to return to a former activity or scene of activity
26.
riding high, confident, popular, and successful
noun
27.
a journey or outing on horseback or in a vehicle
28.
a path specially made for riding on horseback
29.
transport in a vehicle, esp when given freely to a pedestrian; lift: can you give me a ride to the station?
30.
a device or structure, such as a roller coaster at a fairground, in which people ride for pleasure or entertainment
31.
(slang) an act of sexual intercourse
32.
(slang) a partner in sexual intercourse
33.
(informal) take for a ride

to cheat, swindle, or deceive
to take (someone) away in a car and murder him

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