Depend on: there is a great deal of money riding on the results of these studies
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- It wasn't like his life depended on it but there was a lot riding on this trip.
- And for years it was true that our economy rode on the sheep's back.
- So much rode on his store's success, and here it was bleeding money in big river of red.
Denoting a power-driven machine, especially a lawnmower, on which the operator rides.
- Children younger than 14 years should not be allowed to operate ride-on lawn mowers, and adolescents should be trained in the use of these machines before independent use.
- Bargain hunters snapped up ride-on lawn mowers, hot water systems, washing machines and an in-ground swimming pool after the closure of the park last Thursday.
- I often wonder how many extra ride-on lawn mowers, electronic cat flaps or multi-use foot spas were produced because of the little ticks we placed in boxes.
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1A ride-on lawnmower.
- Gardencare has the widest range of mowers, ride-ons, quads and strimmers available from leading manufacturers such as Atco-Qualcast, Countax, Flymo, Hayter, Marunaka, Mountfied, Rover, Toro, and Briggs & Stratton.
- It's so much easier to work in the garden if the right tools are at hand - who wouldn't love mowing if they had a state-of-the-art ride-on to play with!