Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Bike"

The meaning of "Bike" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does A bike path goes right past my house. mean?
A: It means a path (like a trail) or something of that sort is close to the person's home.
Q: What does You must also supply your own bike lock. mean?
A: do you have this? if yes then bring it. a bike lock.
you must bring your own bike lock.
Q: What does "bike trail" mean?
A: A path or route specifically for bicycle riders
Q: What does i am keen on bikes ,,,, como se usa keen on mean?
A: A good web page to start with is Duolingo.
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Q: What does On your bike mean?
A: In British English it means go away.
About the same rudeness level as "Clear off" or "sod off", it's not a polite way to ask someone to go away so it conveys annoyance.

Example sentences using "Bike"

Q: Please show me example sentences with how do you know my bike.
A: Bike? Did you mean to say bike?
Q: Please show me example sentences with bike.
A: I riding my bike. I like to bike. I love riding bikes. I'm going to ride my bike. I ride my bike to work. I write my bike to the park. I ride my bike to school. I have a bike. I have a dirt bike. I like to ride my bike for exercise. I ride my bike for exercise. I have an exercise bike. I have a mountain bike.
Q: Please show me example sentences with bike.
A: I rode my bike.
I like the way a bike looks.
I like bikes.
Bikes are cheap
Good quality bikes are expensive.
That's a nice bike
I'm trying to think of more but that's all that came up in my head >.<

Synonyms of "Bike" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between bike and cycle ?
A: Cycle would most likely be used as a verb as in "I would cycle to the event" To describe a bike you would prepend bi to cycle "bicycle". Bike = Bicycle
Q: What is the difference between bike and bicycle ?
A: There's really no difference between "bike" and "bicycle" because they're both synonyms.

However, the term "bike" refers to two-wheeled vehicles; for instance, we sometimes call a motorcycle "bike". "Bicycle", however, is also a two-wheeled vehicle held in a frame one behind the other, propelled by pedals and steered with handlebars attached to the front wheel. Obviously, we can't call a motorcycle "bicycle" because motorcycles are not propelled by pedals.

In conclusion, "bike" is a general term for two-wheeled vehicles (such as motorcycles) while "bicycle" is the name of the vehicle (yes, it's a vehicle even though it doesn't require gas) itself.
Q: What is the difference between "bike" and "bicycle" ?
A: Bike is short for bicycle. Both are same thing. Sometimes bike can be used also for motorcycle.
Q: What is the difference between bike and bicycle ?
A: They are the same thing. Bike is just a shorter way of saying bicycle. ^^
Q: What is the difference between the bike is in front of the car and the bike is in front of the tree ?
A: "The bike is in front of the car":
💃🚲🚙

"The bike is in front of the tree":
💃🚲🌳

In both these sentences, where the "front" is will depend on your perspective. In other words, it depends on where you are standing and looking at it from. In the picture, the bike and tree are in front of the car from the woman's perspective/from where she is standing.

Translations of "Bike"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 我看见两辆倒在地上的自行车
I see two fallen bikes on the ground?
Or something else?
A: “i saw two bikes that fell on the ground”

“i see two fallen bikes on the ground也是一样作为”i saw two bikes that fell on the ground
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I walk by bike
A: I walking my bike, I walked my bike, I rode my bike, or I was riding my bike.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? bike room se bahar nikalo
A: Get the bike out of the room!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ママチャリ= bikes which many housewives usually like to ride for shopping.
A: I'd say "ladies' bicycle, granny bike, shopping bike".

Other questions about "Bike"

Q: What's that bike worth?

or

What's the price of that bike?

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How much does that bike cost? Does this sound natural?
A: How much does that bike cost?
Q: This bike is worth 40 dollars.

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This bike is worth of 40 dollars.


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This bike values 40 dollars. Does this sound natural?
A: "This bike is worth 40 dollars."

"This bike costs 40 dollars."

"This bike is 40 dollars."

"This bike has a value of 40 dollars."

All of the above are natural. The other two examples you gave sound unnatural.
Q: Your bike has got two tires punctured.

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Your bike has got two punctured tires. Does this sound natural?
A: Your bike has two punctured tires.
Q: Bike is bicycle right? Does bike mean motorbike?
Once I rented a bike,but I got a motorbike.
A: Yes, usually bike refers to a bicycle, but it can also refer to a motorbike. It depends on the situation, so it is usually best to clarify if you're renting something.
Q: What does "on the bike" in 631 mean?
A: If you try to get the attention of a person when there are other people around, you might try to be more specific. For example, if I were trying to get the attention of the young boy walking in the background, I might say, "Hey, you in the red shirt!"

The strange thing is that whoever was trying to get the man's attention called him by what I'm assuming is his first name (George), so I don't know why this person later says "hey, you on the bike!"

On a side note, my family is so big that sometimes we all call each other by the wrong names. So I might say, "Hey Mark, I mean John, I mean, you with the face!" (For example)

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