bicycle

listen to the pronunciation of bicycle
الإنجليزية - التركية
bisiklet

Yeni bir bisiklet almak istiyorum. - I want to buy a new bicycle.

Bu senin bisikletin mi? - Is this your bicycle?

bisiklet sür

Bill bisiklet sürebilir. - Bill can ride a bicycle.

Mayuko bir bisiklet sürebilir. - Mayuko can ride a bicycle.

(isim) bisiklet
bicyclistbisikletle gezen kimse
{f} bisiklete binmek

Bisiklete binmekten çok fazla hoşlanmıyorum. - I don't like riding a bicycle very much.

Frenleri olmayan bir bisiklete binmek yapılacak aptalca bir şey. - Riding a bicycle without brakes is a stupid thing to do.

bisikletle gitmek
velespit
bisikletle gezmek
bisiklet kullanarak gitmek
çiftteker
bicycle shed
kapalı bisiklet park yeri
bicycle built for two
iki kişilik bisiklet
bicycle chain
bisiklet zinciri
bicycle fork
bisiklet çatalı
bicycle lock
bisiklet kilidi
bicycle seat
bisiklet oturağı
bicycle traffic
bisiklet trafiği
bicycle wheel
bisiklet tekerleği
bicycle kick
Rövaşata
bicycle lane
Bisiklet yolu
bicycle pump
bisiklet pompası
bicycle race
bisiklet yarısı
bicycle rack
bisiklet rafi
bicycle rack
Bisiklet park yeri
bicycle stand
bisiklet park yeri
bicycle carrier
bisiklet taşıyıcısı
bicycle crank
(Bilgisayar) bisiklet mili
bicycle dealer
bisikletçi
bicycle holder
bisiklet tutucusu
bicycle path
{i} bisiklet yolu
bicycle path
(isim) bisiklet yolu
bicycle repairer
bisikletçi
bicycle repairer
bisiklet tamircisi
bicycle shed
(kapalı) bisiklet park yeri
bicycle tour
bisikletli tur
bicycling
bisiklete binmek

Bu otoyolda bisiklete binmek çok tehlikelidir. - Bicycling on this highway is very dangerous.

ride a bicycle
bisiklete binmek
to bicycle
bisikletle gezmek
bicycling
bisikletle

Yaya gitmeyi bisikletle gitmeye tercih ederim. - I prefer going by foot than bicycling.

compulsory bicycle path
mecburi bisiklet yolu
ride bicycle
bisiklet kullanmak
tandem bicycle
çifte
tandem bicycle
ikili bisiklet
bicycling
{i} bisiklete binme

Bu otoyolda bisiklete binmek çok tehlikelidir. - Bicycling on this highway is very dangerous.

bicyclist
bisiklet sürücüsü
child's bicycle
çocuk bisikleti
bicycles
bisiklet

Tom ve Mary'nin her ikisini de yeni bisikletleri vardı. - Tom and Mary both had new bicycles.

Orada bisikletler kiralayalım. - Let's rent bicycles over there.

bicycling
bisiklete bin

Bu otoyolda bisiklete binmek çok tehlikelidir. - Bicycling on this highway is very dangerous.

bicyclist
bisiklete binen
recumbent bicycle
yaslanmış bisiklet
bicycler
bisiklete binen kimse
bicycler
bisikletçi
bicyclist
bisiklete binen kimse
bicyclist
bisikletçi

Tom yaralı bisikletçiyi hastaneye götürdü. - Tom drove the injured bicyclist to the hospital.

i want to rent a bicycle
bisiklet kiralamak istiyorum
i'd like a map of the bicycle paths in this region
bu bölgenin bisiklet yollarının haritasını rica ediyorum
push bicycle
bisiklet
ride on a bicycle
bisiklete binmek
tandem bicycle
ikili bisiklet, tandem, çifte
to bicycle
bisikletle gitmek
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To travel or exercise using a bicycle
A traveling block used on a cable in skidding logs
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
The best possible hand in lowball
A bicycle is a vehicle with two wheels which you ride by sitting on it and pushing two pedals with your feet. You steer it by turning a bar that is connected to the front wheel. = bike. to go somewhere by bicycle = bike, cycle cycle. Lightweight, two-wheeled, steerable machine that is propelled by the rider. The wheels are mounted in a metal frame, and the front wheel is held in a movable fork. The rider sits on a saddle and steers with handlebars attached to the fork, propelling the bicycle with two pedals attached to cranks that turn a driving sprocket. A chain transmits power from the driving sprocket to a back-wheel sprocket. A heavy, pedalless form built in 1818 was propelled simply by the rider paddling his feet against the ground. In the early 1840s Scottish blacksmith Kirkpatrick Macmillan (1813-78) built bicycles propelled by pedals, cranks, and drive rods; he is widely credited with having invented the bicycle. Important innovations were introduced by Pierre and Ernest Michaux in France in the early1860s, and by 1865 their company was manufacturing 400 vélocipèdes a year. A lighter version produced in England in 1870 (nicknamed the "penny-farthing") featured a large front wheel and small back wheel. By the 1890s the standard bicycle design was established, and, with the smooth ride enabled by the new pneumatic tires, its popularity exploded. The so-called mountain bike became the standard design by the early 1990s. The bicycle is used worldwide as a basic means of transportation
» A handcuff or theta graph Equivalently, a minimal connected graph with cyclomatic number 2
{f} ride a bicycle

You shouldn't ride a bicycle on the sidewalk. - One shouldn't ride a bicycle on the pavement.

One shouldn't ride a bicycle on the pavement. - You shouldn't ride a bicycle on the sidewalk.

{i} two-wheeled vehicle operated by pedaling
a wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals
A two or three wheeled vehicle designed to be propelled solely by human power, or a two or three wheeled vehicle that is a power assisted pedal cycle
Pin hidden behind another pin (barmaid, double wood, one­in­the­dark, sleeper, tandem)
A straight that is A-2-3-4-5
Every device propelled by human power upon which any person may ride, having two tandem wheels, either of which is more than 14 inches in diameter
The transporting of one set of reproduction materials (programs and commercials) from one place to another usually by messenger, mail or freight Today satellites have replaced bicycling as the primary source of transmitting programs and their commercials
A slang term for a wheel or 5 high straight ie A, 2, 3, 4, 5
Pin hidden behind another pin (barmaid, double wood, one­in­the­dark, sleeper, tandem)
a wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals ride a bicycle
Held to be a "carriage" within a statute forbidding fast driving Taylor v Goodwin, L R , 4 Q B D 228 (1879) In the absence of legislative prohibition, riders of bicycles would seem to have the same rights on highways as those using any other vehicle Cook, Highways See 69 Law Times, 28 (1880)
It has a saddle seat and is propelled by the rider's feet acting on cranks or levers
Pin hidden behind another pin (barmaid, double wood, one­in­the­dark, sleeper, tandem)
A death or injury from a bicycle crash with or without another motor vehicle, pedestrian or stationary object
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
A light vehicle having two wheels one behind the other
Same as barmaid
n sepeda
tricycle
bicycle clip
Either of a pair of clips, worn around the ankles of a cyclist, that prevents the trouserss becoming entangled with the chain
bicycle helmet
A helmet intended to be worn while riding a bicycle
bicycle helmets
plural form of bicycle helmet
bicycle kick
a form of exercise in which one lies on one's back and makes cycling motions with the legs
bicycle kick
A kick in which the kicker leans backwards and kicks the ball back over his head
bicycle kicks
plural form of bicycle kick
bicycle lane
A part of a roadway designated for use by cyclists
bicycle mail
mail delivered by bicycle and identified by stamp and or postal mark
bicycle stand
a device to which bicycles may be securely attached
bicycle kick
(Spor) A bicycle kick, scissors kick, Pelé kick or overhead kick is an expert move in football, which is made by throwing the body up into the air, making a shearing movement with the legs to get one leg high overhead to reach the ball (in original head height), which gets kicked backward over the player's head
bicycle stand
a bike rack, is a device to which bicycles are attached
bicycle chain
a chain that transmits the power from the pedals to the rear wheel of a bicycle
bicycle clip
a clip worn around a cyclist's ankles that keeps trousers from becoming caught in the bicycle chain
bicycle motocross
A cross-country bicycle race, especially one involving young people riding bicycles designed for rough terrain
bicycle path
{i} path (alongside a roadway for example) used by cyclists
bicycle pump
a small pump that fills bicycle tires with air
bicycle race
a race between people riding bicycles
bicycle rack
a rack for parking bicycles
bicycle seat
a seat for the rider of a bicycle
bicycle shorts
cycling shorts
bicycle tour
bicycle trip
bicycle traffic
bicycles coming and going
bicycle wheel
the wheel of a bicycle
bicycle-built-for-two
a bicycle with two sets of pedals and two seats
bicycler
bicyclist, cyclist
bicyclist
One who rides a bicycle, particularly one who does so regularly, or as an enthusiast
exercise bicycle
a stationary exercise machine with pedals, saddle, handlebars arranged like a bicycle
fixed-gear bicycle
A bicycle that does not have a freewheel, and only has a single gear ratio
lowrider bicycle
a type of bicycle with a banana seat and sissy bars
stationary bicycle
A device with saddle, pedals, and some form of handlebars arranged as on a bicycle, but used as exercise equipment rather than transportation
touring bicycle
A touring bicycle is a bicycle either specially designed for, or modified to handle bicycle touring. What makes a touring bike different from other bicycles is its ability to carry gear on racks mounted to the front and rear of the bicycle frame. Other commonly found differences are a longer wheel base with sturdier wheels for carrying more weight, mudguard/fender mounting points, triple water bottle mounts and a frameset that allows for wider tires
a bicycle
velocipede
a bicycle
push-bike
bicycled
past of bicycle
bicycler
One who rides a bicycle
bicycler
{i} one who rides a bicycle, cycler, cyclist
bicycles
plural of bicycle
bicycles
third-person singular of bicycle
bicycling
Shipping a television program or commercial (tape or film) from station to station for on-the-air use, rather than sending each station it's own individual copy Each station is responsible for sending the program to the next station on the list in a timely manner Today satellites have replaced bicycling as the primary source of transmitting programs and commercials
bicycling
riding a bicycle
bicycling
A distribution method by which material is mailed, flown, or driven from one place to another 14 10
bicycling
Freestyle Riding : To ride on the two outside wheels (or, on a three-wheeler, the front and one rear wheel)
bicycling
– A term used in syndication The distribution of programs (film or videotape) to stations by means other than electronic transmission, such as mail
bicycling
present participle of bicycle
bicycling
Spurring a bronc's sides first with one foot and then with the other
bicycling
The use of a bicycle; the act or practice of riding a bicycle
bicycling
{i} riding on a bicycle
bicyclist
{i} one who rides a bicycle, cycler, cyclist
bicyclist
a person who rides a bicycle
bicyclist
A bicyclist is someone who enjoys bicycling. = cyclist
bicyclist
A bicycler
bicyclists
plural of bicyclist
exercise bicycle
n. A fitness device having a seat, handlebars, and pedals with adjustable resistance, used to simulate pedaling a bicycle. Also called stationary bicycle
racing bicycle
bicycle which is specially designed to be lightweight and fast for racing
safety bicycle
bicycle that has two wheels of equal size; pedals are connected to the rear wheel by a multiplying gear
safety bicycle
A bicycle with equal or nearly equal wheels, usually 28 inches diameter, driven by pedals connected to the rear (driving) wheel by a multiplying gear
tandem bicycle
A bicycle built for two or more people sitting one behind the other
bicycle

    الواصلة

    bi·cy·cle

    التركية النطق

    baysîkıl

    النطق

    /ˈbīsəkəl/ /ˈbaɪsɪkəl/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'bI-si-k&l, -"si- also ] (noun.) 1868. Often said to be from French, but probably coined from bi- ("two") + Ancient Greek κύκλος (kuklos, “circle, wheel”) on the pattern of tricycle.

    الازمنة

    bicycles, bicycling, bicycled

    فيديوهات

    ... in a wire and that's why electricity lights up in your bicycle lamp.  That's exactly ...
    ... first run down the street on her bicycle without the training wheels because she rides past ...

    كلمة اليوم

    rara avis
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