Associations to the word «Bicycle»


BICYCLE, noun. A vehicle that has two wheels, one behind the other, a steering handle, and a saddle seat or seats and is usually propelled by the action of a rider’s feet upon pedals.
BICYCLE, noun. A traveling block used on a cable in skidding logs.
BICYCLE, noun. The best possible hand in lowball.
BICYCLE, noun. (British) (AU) (NZ) A motorbike.
BICYCLE, verb. To travel or exercise using a bicycle.
BICYCLE BRIDGE, noun. A bridge specifically for cyclists.
BICYCLE CLIP, noun. Either of a pair of clips, worn around the ankles of a cyclist, that prevents the trousers becoming entangled with the chain
BICYCLE CLIPS, noun. Plural of bicycle clip
BICYCLE HELMET, noun. A helmet intended to be worn while riding a bicycle.
BICYCLE HELMETS, noun. Plural of bicycle helmet
BICYCLE KICK, noun. A form of exercise in which one lies on one's back and makes cycling motions with the legs.
BICYCLE KICK, noun. (soccer) A kick in which the kicker leans backwards and kicks the ball back over his head.
BICYCLE KICK, verb. To perform a bicycle kick.
BICYCLE KICKS, noun. Plural of bicycle kick
BICYCLE LANE, noun. A part of a roadway designated for use by cyclists.
BICYCLE LANES, noun. Plural of bicycle lane
BICYCLE MAIL, noun. Mail delivered by bicycle and identified by stamp and/or postal mark.
BICYCLE PATH, noun. A path, segregated from other traffic, for the use of riders of bicycles
BICYCLE PATHS, noun. Plural of bicycle path
BICYCLE RACK, noun. A rack in which bicycles may be parked
BICYCLE RACKS, noun. Plural of bicycle rack
BICYCLE ROUNDABOUT, noun. A roundabout specifically for cyclists.
BICYCLE STAND, noun. A device to which bicycles may be securely attached
BICYCLE STANDS, noun. Plural of bicycle stand
BICYCLE TIRE, noun. Tire that fits on the wheel of a bicycle or similar vehicle

Dictionary definition

BICYCLE, noun. A wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals.
BICYCLE, verb. Ride a bicycle.

Wise words

Words are always getting conventionalized to some secondary meaning. It is one of the works of poetry to take the truants in custody and bring them back to their right senses.
William Butler Yeats