a vehicle with two wheels in tandem, usually propelled by pedals connected to the rear wheel by a chain, and having handlebars for steering and a saddlelike seat.
to ride a bicycle.
to ship or transport directly by bicycle or other means.
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a vehicle with a tubular metal frame mounted on two spoked wheels, one behind the other. The rider sits on a saddle, propels the vehicle by means of pedals that drive the rear wheel through a chain, and steers with handlebars on the front wheel Often shortened to cycle, (informal) bike
(intransitive) to ride a bicycle; cycle
That ne plus ultra of snobbishness — bicyclism. 
- Bid adieu
Say goodbye, take leave of, as in It’s beyond my bedtime, so I bid you all adieu, or I’ll be glad to bid adieu to these crutches. French for “goodbye,” adieu literally means “to God” and was part of à dieu vous commant, “I commend you to God.” Adopted into English in the 1300s, it […]
a daring or bold resistance to authority or to any opposing force. open disregard; contempt (often followed by of): defiance of danger; His refusal amounted to defiance. a challenge to meet in combat or in a contest. bid defiance to, to offer resistance; defy. in defiance of, in spite of; notwithstanding: There was a splendid […]
a past participle of bid1 . invited. to command; order; direct: to bid them depart. to express (a greeting, farewell, benediction, or wish): to bid good night. Commerce. to offer (a certain sum) as the price one will pay or charge: They bid $25,000 and got the contract. Cards. to enter a bid of (a […]
- Bid fair
free from bias, dishonesty, or injustice: a fair decision; a fair judge. legitimately sought, pursued, done, given, etc.; proper under the rules: a fair fight. moderately large; ample: a fair income. neither excellent nor poor; moderately or tolerably good: fair health. marked by favoring conditions; likely; promising: in a fair way to succeed. Meteorology. (of […]