One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘she can ride a horse’
sit on, mount, be mounted on, bestride
manage, handle, control, steer
2‘two men were riding round the town on stolen motor bikes’
travel, go, move, progress, proceed, make one's way
trot, canter, gallop
1‘he took us for a ride in his car’
trip, journey, drive, run, expedition, excursion, outing, jaunt, tour, airing, turn, sally
informal junket, spin, tootle, joyride, tool
Scottish informal hurl
‘they rode roughshod over normal disciplinary procedures’
treat with contempt, disregard, set at naught, trample over, show no consideration for, treat inconsiderately, treat disrespectfully, ignore, discount, encroach on, infringe, abuse, do violence to
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