Bike


Bike
1. Motorrad.
2. [Fahr]rad;
(schweiz.): Velo;
(scherzh.): Hirsch;
(ugs. scherzh.): Drahtesel, Stahlross;
(salopp abwertend): Eierschaukel;
(veraltet): Veloziped.
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Bike→Fahrrad

Das Wörterbuch der Synonyme. 2013.

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