English version

rode

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishroderode /rΙ™ΚŠd $ roʊd/ verb πŸ”Š πŸ”Š x-refthe past tense of ride
Examples from the Corpus
rodeβ€’ The master and I rode back to the house that night drunk with joy.β€’ He cantered off and rode beside Mitch, and Maggie hoped he was not giving out any threatening advice.β€’ They rode forward at the walk, but their weapons were ready.β€’ She's the sister of the man who owned Grye - the horse I rode in the race.β€’ I turned scarlet, but I did not contradict him, and we rode into town without exchanging a word.β€’ We rode on, and I got out at the first stop sign and walked back.β€’ Ministers rode the circuit, so the elder of the church did most of the work, including preaching.β€’ He rode women the way he rode waves.
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