from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Informal A tricycle.
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- n. A tricycle.
- n. A triceratops.
- v. to tricycle; to travel by tricycle.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A contraction of tricycle.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a vehicle with three wheels that is moved by foot pedals
Look at the picks, the quads are half buried, no way a trike is going to go far.
Use of trichloroethylene TCE - often known as 'trike' - was strictly curtailed across the European Union after 2001, following the discovery that it could cause cancer.
Rather, their preferred mode of transportation is a 'trike' - a reconfigured motorcycle with three wheels.
Where access by car is not possible, or locations are off the beaten track, Google uses its custom made 'trike' - a three wheeled bike mounted with a camera, to take the images.
Admittedly all I can see of the trike is the red blur, but it's too big to be the bin, so the trike it is.
"I guess I just took to cycling, but it does surprise me how much I love it," says Mr. Zander, who plans to buy a so-called trike bike (which allows the rider to sit in a chair-like seat while pedaling) when he gets too old to sit on an upright bicycle.
We went to Waitrose after that, and on the way home found that the lights on the trike are a bit dodgy.
The trike was a definite hit to his manly manliness for me.
Powered by a 103 cubic inch twin cam engine which delivers 101 lb/ft of torque at 3,500 RPM, the trike is a touring bike for those wanting extra stability.
All the images were shot with Google's special Street View trike, which is able to reach places the cars can't.