Definition of ride and drive in English:

ride and drive

adjective

  • Of a horse, etc.: that has been trained both to be ridden on and to pull a vehicle.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Chambers's Journal of Popular Literature. From ride + and + drive.

Pronunciation

ride and drive

/ˌrʌɪd ən(d) ˈdrʌɪv/