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Etymology 1

From bicycle, by shortening

Noun

Singular
bike

Plural
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  1. A short form of bicycle.
  2. A short form of motorcycle.
  3. (slang) A promiscuous woman.
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Verb

Infinitive
to bike

Third person singular
bikes

Simple past
biked

Past participle
biked

Present participle
biking

to bike (third-person singular simple present bikes, present participle biking, simple past and past participle biked)
  1. To ride a bike.
    I biked so much yesterday that I'm very sore today.
  2. To travel by bike.
    It was such a nice day I decided to bike to the store, though it's far enough I usually take my car.

Etymology 2

From Middle English

Noun

Singular
bike

Plural
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bike ({{{1}}})
  1. (Template loop detected: Template:context 1) The collective noun for a nest of wild bees, wasps or ants.

Basque

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Noun

bike

  1. pitch

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