- travel by getting free lifts in passing vehicles
- a journey made by hitch-hiking.
noun: hitch-hike, plural noun: hitch-hikes
verb: hitch-hike, 3rd person present: hitch-hikes, gerund or present participle: hitch-hiking, past tense: hitch-hiked, past participle: hitch-hiked
- 1. travel by getting free lifts in passing vehicles we hitch-hiked up to Scotland
- 1. a journey made by hitch-hiking.
...to a vehicle (often fol. by up). 3. to raise with jerks (usually fol. by up); hike up: to hitch up one's trousers. 4. to move or draw (something) with a jerk. 5. ...
...not to limit our minds but to [overcome it]. I thought [hitch-hike is worth a try once in a lifetime.] 2008-12-25 12:58:00 補充： hitch a ride...
Question #4: 第四題： Have you ever tried to hitch hike? Why or why not? 你有沒有試過搭便車？ 試過或沒試過原因何在？