ride piggyback

ride piggyback
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Englsh-Russian aviation and space dictionary. - M.: Military publishing house USSR Ministry of Defence. . 1974.

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  • piggyback — /ˈpɪgibæk / (say pigeebak) adverb 1. sitting on the back or shoulders of another: to ride piggyback. –noun 2. a piggyback ride. 3. a method of transportation in which truck trailers are carried on trains, or cars on specially designed trucks.… …  

  • piggyback — I UK [ˈpɪɡɪˌbæk] / US noun [countable] Word forms piggyback : singular piggyback plural piggybacks if you give someone a piggyback, you carry them on your back with your arms supporting their legs Derived words: piggyback UK / US adjective a… …   English dictionary

  • piggyback — 1. adjective On somebodys back or shoulders. a piggyback ride 2. adverb On somebodys back or shoulders. to ride piggyback 3. verb a) To …   Wiktionary

  • piggyback — I. carried on someone s back, riding on someone s back    Jurgen loved to ride piggyback when his dad walked in the park. II. succeed on the efforts of others    A catering firm piggybacked to success on United Airlines …   English idioms

  • piggyback — [pig′ē bak΄] adv. [alt. of PICKABACK] 1. on the shoulders or back [to carry a child piggyback] 2. by a piggyback transportation system 3. so as to be fixed to, carried by, connected with, or dependent on something else adj. 1. on the shoulders or …   English World dictionary

  • piggyback — ► NOUN ▪ a ride on someone s back and shoulders. ► ADVERB ▪ on the back and shoulders of another person. ► VERB ▪ carry by or as if by means of a piggyback …   English terms dictionary

  • piggyback — pig•gy•back [[t]ˈpɪg iˌbæk[/t]] adv. 1) on the back or shoulders: The child rode piggyback on her father[/ex] 2) astride the back or shoulders: a piggyback ride[/ex] 3) cvb attached to, carried on, or allied with something else: a piggyback… …   From formal English to slang

  • piggyback — /pig ee bak /, adv. 1. on the back or shoulders: The little girl rode piggyback on her father. adj. 2. astride the back or shoulders: a piggyback ride. 3. sharing commercial time, space, etc.: piggyback advertising. 4. carryable or attachable: a… …   Universalium

  • piggyback — pig|gy|back1 [ˈpıgibæk] n also piggyback .ride if you give someone, especially a child, a piggyback, you carry them high on your shoulders, supporting them with your hands under their legs >piggyback adv piggyback 2 piggyback2 v [i]informal to …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • piggyback — pig|gy|back1 [ pıgi,bæk ] noun count if you give someone a piggyback, you carry them on your back with your arms supporting their legs ╾ pig|gy|back adjective: a piggyback ride ╾ pig|gy|back adverb piggyback pig|gy|back 2 [ pıgi,bæk ] verb… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • piggyback — 1 noun (C) a ride on someone s back or shoulders: Please, Uncle Jack, give me a piggyback! piggyback adverb 2 verb (I) AmE informal to join or be joined with something that is larger, more important or more effective (+ on/onto): videos that… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English


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