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hitchhike in Motor vehicles topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhitchhikehitch‧hike /ˈhɪtʃhaɪk/ ●○○ (also hitch) verb [intransitive]  TTCTRAVELto travel to places by getting free rides from drivers of passing carshitchhike around/to/across etc She spent her gap year hitchhiking around the world.hitchhiker noun [countable] I picked up a hitchhiker on our way back.→ See Verb table
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hitchhikeIt was a warm and beautiful day for hitchhiking.He spent his Rhodes scholarship money on books, hitchhiking around Britain and trips to London, where he joined anti-war rallies.We had to hitchhike back to San Francisco.I had to sell it for what I could get, which was five bucks, and start hitchhiking home.I hitchhiked, I traveled on foot, I rode the rails.I had three hundred and sixty-five miles yet to hitchhike to New York, and a dime in my pocket.I picked her up hitchhiking with another woman and two men.hitchhike around/to/across etcHe spent his Rhodes scholarship money on books, hitchhiking around Britain and trips to London, where he joined anti-war rallies.He was remembered for cutting a few weeks' classes to hitchhike across country.I had three hundred and sixty-five miles yet to hitchhike to New York, and a dime in my pocket.Well, perhaps Warner had seen her waiting for a bus or hitchhiking to the inaugural and generously gave her a lift.