Synonyms of hike in English:

hike


See definition of hike

noun

1‘a 21-mile hike on the North Yorkshire Moors’

SYNONYMS

walk, trek, tramp, trudge, traipse, slog, footslog, plod, march, journey on foot

ramble, wander, stroll

British informal yomp

archaic peregrination, perambulation

ANTONYMS

drive


verb

1‘they hiked across the moors for miles’

SYNONYMS

walk, go on foot, trek, tramp, trudge, traipse, slog, footslog, plod, march

ramble, wander, stroll

informal hoof it, leg it, take Shanks's pony

British informal yomp, trog

rare peregrinate, perambulate

ANTONYMS

drive


Phrases

    take a hike

      ‘he essentially told them to take a hike’

      SYNONYMS

      go away, get out, leave

      North American informal

      be off with you!, shoo!, make yourself scarce!, on your way!

      North American informal

      beat it, push off, clear off, clear out, shove off, scram, scoot, skedaddle, buzz off

      North American British informal

      hop it, sling your hook

      Australian North American NZ informal

      rack off

      North American informal

      bug off

      South African North American informal

      voetsak, hamba

      North American informal, vulgar slang

      piss off, bugger off

      North American informal, archaic

      begone

    hike something up

      1‘Roy hiked up his trousers to reveal his socks’

      SYNONYMS

      hitch up, pull up, jerk up, lift, raise, hoist

      informal

      yank up

      ANTONYMS

      pull down

      hike

      2‘the government hiked up the price of milk by 40 per cent’

      SYNONYMS

      increase, raise, up, put up, mark up, push up, make higher, inflate

      informal

      jack up, bump up

      dated

      advance

      ANTONYMS

      lower

      hike