Lithuanian English Dictionary

lietuvių kalba - English

dviračiu in English:

1. bike bike


Mountain bike racing has caught on with young Japanese in the past few years.
I tore a hole in my jeans when I fell off my bike.
You can’t take your bike on some trains, which means you may have a long walk when you get off.
I can't afford to buy a new bike, so I'll have to manage with this old one.
on a bike
It's strange that you ask me for a motorcycle when you are afraid of going by bike.
Well then I'll allow two on a bike, but you pedal, because I'll ride on the rack.
Have you decided whether you are going into town by bike or by bus?
When he saw that there was nothing more to see, he took his bike and rode home.
Leave the bike here, and tomorrow bring your ID and 20 dollars to the Bureau of Communications to get the bike back.
Travelling by bus or bike, you could pollute less.
You can't carry people on your bike, didn't you know?
Gonzales offers a bike to all his employees in Europe.
Can you fix a flat tire on a bike? That kind of thing's a piece of cake.
When I was young I used to pray for a bike. Then I realized that God doesn't work that way. So I stole a bike and prayed for forgiveness.