ride away

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ride away

To depart (from some place) by riding a vehicle or animal. A noun or pronoun can be used between "ride" and "away." The newlyweds mounted the horse and began riding away, waving to their guests as they made their way to along the beach. The thief used a crowbar to break the lock and simply rode the bicycle away. He said he would wait for me, but then he just hopped on the next bus and rode away!
See also: away, ride

ride away

to depart, riding a bike or a horse or similar animal. She got on her horse and rode away. They rode away without even saying good-bye.
See also: away, ride
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SUZUKI'S Address 110 has been helping city riders beat the rush since its reintroduction last year, and with it's availability on Suzuki's zero per cent finance offer, the stylish scooter can be ridden away for less than the price of your monthly mobile phone contract.
The cyclist - who was wearing black skin-tight cycling gear and riding a mountain bike - is said to have leant through the car window, stolen the keys from the ignition and ridden away.
A POPULAR pub in Gateshead has ridden away with a top accolade.
Within seconds, someone had picked it up and ridden away.
Officers in Ashington are using a specially adapted scooter and bike, which cannot be ridden away, in a sting surveillance operation to catch the thieves.
Police say it is not known whether the machines were ridden away, or loaded into a van.
A specially adapted scooter and bike which cannot be ridden away is being deployed at various locations around the area.
He was forced to stop and then pushed off his scooter, which was ridden away.