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

The meaning of "Cycling" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does You need to get to work everyday,so if you built cycling into the day,it essentially takes the willpower out of the equation.(What does take sth out of the equation mean?) mean?
A: This is a comparison to a mathematics equation that might look something like this:
“need transportation to work” + “need willpower to do exercise” = “things I should do everyday”
—If you get exercise by cycling to work, then there is no additional willpower required (it is removed from the equation)
Q: What does cycling
darts
fishing
Squash
swimming
windsurfing
wrestling
mean?
A: All are sports squash is a british sport. Im not sure if windsurfing is american. Darts i wouldnt say is a sport but rather an activity. But all the other ones are sports in america! :)
Q: What does cycling mean?
Q: What does tear up the cycling track mean?
A: If a cyclist is tearing up the cycling track, then it means they are very, very fast. This is a hyperbole; they are going so fast that they are causing damage to the track (not really).

If the city (government) is tearing up the track, then they are removing/demolishing it.

Synonyms of "Cycling" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I went cycling for 50 km and I cycled 50 km ?
A: There is no difference in meaning.
The first seems to emphasise that you went cycling, not the distance.
The second emphasises the distance.
Q: What is the difference between cycling and ride a bike ?
A: @PiotrKowalPoland both have the same meaning
Q: What is the difference between He is unskilled at cycling and He is inept at cycling ?
A: they mean the same thing! 'unskilled' and 'inept' can be classified as synonyms. :)
Q: What is the difference between cycling and bicycling and biking ?
A: there is no real difference. "Biking" is most commonly used. "Bicycling" is more formal.

At gyms here in the USA there are "cycling" classes - which means stationary (not moving) bikes in a room with an instructor. "Spinning" or "spin class" is a copyrighted name for a "cycling" class.

Translations of "Cycling"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What does ‘You’ve been cycling on your own ages.’ mean?
A: That sentence does not make sense.

maybe they meant to write: you've been cycling on your own for ages.

This could mean:
- you have a lot of experience cycling.
- you have been cycling for a long time, and that is why you are good at cycling.

However, it really depends on the context of the situation/conversation.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? It was very tired so I went cycling for 60 minutes,
Cycling is loved for my family,
A: "I was very tired, so I went cycling for 60 minutes. My family loves cycling."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? cycling
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? cycling
A: Psy-Cling

Other questions about "Cycling"

Q: She doesn't want to go cycling nor jogging today. Does this sound natural?
A:

‘Nor’ is grammatically correct but in everyday speech we’d say, “She doesn’t want to ride bicycles or go jogging today.”
Q: Since I did cycling, I lost 5 kilograms so far. Does this sound natural?
A: Very close
Since I started cycling, I have lost 5 kilograms or I have lost 5 kilograms so far since I started cycling
Q: I often go to cycling with my husband.
We went to there for cycling this summer. Does this sound natural?
A: I often go cycling with my husband.
We went there for cycling this summer.
Q: I've felt cycling environment in Japan has been falling behind in comparison to other countries. One of the reason is that many drivers tend to think that riders are blocking their way by running in front of them. (by running ⇒ by being run?) Does this sound natural?
A: "I feel the cycling community in Japan has been falling behind other countries as a result of many drivers thinking that cyclists are in their way." (by being in front of them/ riding in front of them)
Q: I went to cycling and took some pictures my camera. Does this sound natural?
A: Yes, but you could say, "I went cycling and took some pictures."

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