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cycle


cycle

noun

Definition of CYCLE

1
a series of events or actions that repeat themselves regularly and in the same order <the cycle of birth, growth, decline, and death that is experienced by all life forms>
2
a long or seemingly long period of time <years, centuries, and cycles will pass before I budge on that issue>
Synonyms aeon (or eon), blue moon, coon's age, cycle, donkey's years [chiefly British], eternity, forever, long, months, moon
Related Words infinity; lifetime
3
a two-wheeled vehicle that is propelled by the use of pedals and steered through the use of handlebars <a top-of-the-line cycle incorporating the latest technology>
Synonyms bike, cycle, push-bike (also push bicycle) [British], two-wheeler, velocipede [archaic]

March 04, 2015
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