Translation of rider in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 (on horseback) jinete (masculine and feminine) 1.2 (on bicycle) ciclista (masculine and feminine); (on motorbike) motociclista (masculine and feminine), motorista (masculine and feminine)Example sentences1.3 (of subway, bus) (American English/inglés norteamericano) pasajero, (masculine, feminine), usuario, (masculine, feminine)
- The shop provided saddles, boots, and other riding equipment for riders at south Florida racetracks.
- As he intended, he is once again the best young rider in the race.
- Reece now wants to develop his riding and hopes to become a top dressage rider.
- 2 2.1 (appended statement) cláusula (feminine) adicional; (condition) condición (feminine) 2.2 [Law/Derecho] recomendación (feminine) ([ del jurado ])Example sentences
- A few years ago the US introduced a pernicious rider to their new telecommunications legislation.
- Just as a rider to that, policing operations, in their widest context, normally can go on for years.
- With an environmental rider to the 1999 budget, they succeeded: the date was bumped four years to 2005.
- At his inquest the jury added a rider to its verdict urging further research into Roaccutane and its side-effects.
- No evidence was called on their behalf, and when convicting the jury added this rider.
- The committee was forced to add a number of riders to this verdict, however.
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