Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of motorbike.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of motorbike.

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Examples

  • AUDIO: Herder Josh Chin for The Wall Street Journal While some herders spent the money on items such as motorbikes and solar panels for their tents, others used it for basics like clothing and school supplies for their children.

    Deeper Into Poverty

  • "We are finding a lot of tunnels, weapons, anti-aircraft missiles, grenades, explosive devices, and weapons prepared for future attacks, such as motorbikes intended for kidnapping," he said

    The Jawa Report

  • Curious to see "what a big tree - which is four or five meters long - with a speed of more than one hundred km per hour looks like," Chinese artist Shi Jinsong has created what he calls the tree motorbikes, meaning that his work starts at the point where dead nature hugs a motorcycle/scooter chassis for art's sake.

    Top Speed

  • Frustrated with the lack of cheap and efficient GPS systems for motorbikes, passionate biker Stephen Dettman was driven to conceptualize the MotoMap GPS Device for Bikes.

    MotoMap GPS Concept For Motorbikes by Stephen Dettman » Yanko Design

  • Jakarta is a city of stark contrasts -- searing poverty and grand skyscrapers, Honda minivans fighting for space on the crowded streets with countless motorbikes, Mosques broadcasting the call to prayer five times a day and well-attended Sunday church services.

    Tamar Abrams: Women Meet in Jakarta to Harness Their Economic Power

  • Jakarta is a city of stark contrasts -- searing poverty and grand skyscrapers, Honda minivans fighting for space on the crowded streets with countless motorbikes, Mosques broadcasting the call to prayer five times a day and well-attended Sunday church services.

    Tamar Abrams: Women Meet in Jakarta to Harness Their Economic Power

  • Jakarta is a city of stark contrasts -- searing poverty and grand skyscrapers, Honda minivans fighting for space on the crowded streets with countless motorbikes, Mosques broadcasting the call to prayer five times a day and well-attended Sunday church services.

    Tamar Abrams: Women Meet in Jakarta to Harness Their Economic Power

  • The Nano Tata was designed to be a low cost replacement for motorbikes and give families in India a safer way to travel.

    Nano Diaries: Tiny Car Makes Big India Road Trip

  • Jakarta is a city of stark contrasts -- searing poverty and grand skyscrapers, Honda minivans fighting for space on the crowded streets with countless motorbikes, Mosques broadcasting the call to prayer five times a day and well-attended Sunday church services.

    Tamar Abrams: Women Meet in Jakarta to Harness Their Economic Power

  • Jakarta is a city of stark contrasts -- searing poverty and grand skyscrapers, Honda minivans fighting for space on the crowded streets with countless motorbikes, Mosques broadcasting the call to prayer five times a day and well-attended Sunday church services.

    Tamar Abrams: Women Meet in Jakarta to Harness Their Economic Power

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