n. to drive, ride a motorbike

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ride a motorbike
to drive

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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  • motorbike */ — UK [ˈməʊtə(r)ˌbaɪk] / US [ˈmoʊtərˌbaɪk] noun [countable] Word forms motorbike : singular motorbike plural motorbikes a road vehicle that has two wheels and an engine and looks like a large heavy bicycle • See: moped …   English dictionary

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