Associations to the word «Bike»
Pictures for the word «Bike»
BIKE, noun. A short form of bicycle.
BIKE, noun. A short form of motorbike.
BIKE, noun. (slang) A promiscuous woman; from “the town bike (everybody rides her)”.
BIKE, verb. To ride a bike.
BIKE, verb. To travel by bike.
BIKE, noun. (Scotland) (Northern England) A nest of wasps or hornets.
BIKE CAB, noun. (informal) A cycle rickshaw used as a taxi.
BIKE JOCKEY STRAP, noun. Original name of the jockstrap.
BIKE JOCKEY STRAPS, noun. Plural of bike jockey strap
BIKE LANE, noun. (informal) bicycle lane
BIKE PATH, noun. (informal) bicycle path
BIKE RACK, noun. A bicycle stand
BIKE RACKS, noun. Plural of bike rack
BIKE TAXI, noun. A pedicab.
BIKE, noun. A motor vehicle with two wheels and a strong frame.
BIKE, noun. A wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals.
BIKE, verb. Ride a bicycle.
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