cycling

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 [ˈsaɪkəlɪŋ]


For the verb: "to cycle"

Present Participle: cycling
WordReference English Collocations © 2019

cycling

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. the sport of cycling
  2. cycling is my favorite sport
  3. his favorite hobby is cycling
  4. am getting really into cycling (lately)
  5. enjoys cycling
  6. watch cycling on TV
  7. goes cycling every [day, weekend]
  8. go cycling in the [countryside, valleys, mountains]
  9. won a gold medal in cycling
WordReference English Collocations © 2019

cycle

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. a [machine, life, seasonal, product] cycle
  2. the cycle of the four seasons
  3. a cycle of [sixty] [seconds, days, years]
  4. [a news, an information] cycle
  5. a [thirty] -minute cycle
  6. a [recurrent, never-ending, regular] cycle
  7. [carbon, nitrogen, air, water] cycle
  8. the combustion cycles of intake, combustion, ignition, and exhaust
  9. the breeding cycle of [storks, elephants, tortoises]
  10. a [cruel, unbreakable] cycle
  11. the cycle of [poverty, incarceration]
  12. put the machine on a [rinse, spin] cycle
  13. has a [long, short] life cycle
  14. has [reached, come to] the end of its cycle
  15. went for a cycle around [town, the block, the park]
  16. am going for a cycle in the [mountains, forest]
  17. a short cycle to [work, school, town]
  18. sports: the player was hitting for the cycle
v
  1. cycle through the [channels, options, shows, outfits]
  2. cycle to [work, school, the store]
  3. cycle around [Europe, France, the countryside]
  4. cycle through [Europe]
  5. cycle between [one thing] and [another]
n as adj
  1. the cycle [setting, time, type]
  2. UK: ride on the cycle [route, path, lane]
  3. UK: were [walking, jogging] in the cycle lane
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