1. Walk, march, trek, ramble, tramp, leg it (informal), back-pack, hoof it (slang) You could Hike through the Fish River Canyon
2. (Informal) increase, raise, inflate, bump up (informal), up It has now been forced to Hike its rates by 5.25 per cent.
3. Verb (used without object), Hiked, hik·ing
4. To move up or rise, as out of place or position (often followed by up): My shirt Hikes up if I don't wear a …
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8. I've Hiked all over the world and this short but very challenging Hike (2.4 mi
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11. A Hike through The Narrows requires hiking in the Virgin River
12. Most people choose to start their Hike from the Temple of Sinawava via the Riverside Walk and then walk upstream before turning around …
13. An increase in the amount or cost of something, especially a large or sudden increase: a pay/wage Hike The governor is concerned that businesses might respond to a wage Hike by cutting jobs
14. A price / rate / tax Hike a Hike in sth Ethanol, a fuel made from corn, has seen a 30 percent Hike …
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16. 63 synonyms and near synonyms of Hike from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 16 antonyms and near antonyms
17. See 10 authoritative translations of Hike in Spanish with example sentences, conjugations and audio pronunciations.
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19. Starting a thru-Hike in Maine is by far the most challenging way to tackle the Trail
20. The thru-Hike is typically done from the Stuart Lake trailhead, because it reduces the total elevation gain by 2,600 feet relative to going the opposite direction (although it still takes in the punishing climb up Aasgard Pass, which rises 1,900 feet in less than a mile)
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22. From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Related topics: Outdoor, Business basics Hike1 /haɪk/ ●●○ noun [ countable] 1 a long walk in the mountains or countryside a Hike in the woods 2 especially American English informal
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24. This is a 4.4mile, out and back Hike, that starts gradual and has some steep parts.
25. The Hike begins with a short, easy ascent along a ridge
26. The Hike (where leashed dogs are legal but unleashed ones common) isn’t likely to cross paths with P-22, the mountain lion that traversed two freeways to take up residence in the
27. Famed as the "World's Most Dangerous Hike", El Caminito Del Rey (The King's Little Pathway) is a one-meter wide walkway traversing a gorge, over 100 meters a
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33. Hike n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc
34. (walk in hilly area) escursione, gita, camminata nf sostantivo femminile: Identifica un essere, un oggetto o un concetto che assume genere femminile: scrittrice, aquila, lampada, moneta, felicità : Mike went for a Hike with his wife in the evening.
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35. Day Hike it twice with rim lodging – get reservations at a South Rim Lodge (El Tovar, Bright Angel, Kachina Lodge, Thunderbird, Maswik, or Yavapai), Hike across the Canyon (23.9 miles), stay at the Grand Canyon Lodge for a night then return to the South …
36. A boy and his dad spend the day together on a Hike, following a map, snapping photos, discovering animals, crossing a log bridge, climbing a mountain, and, finally, finishing with the goal of the Hike
37. Hike definition: A Hike is a long walk in the country, especially one that you go on for pleasure
38. I wish management would Hike our salaries, at least a little bit
39. Will we ever get a salary Hike around here? Hike up 1
40. A noun or pronoun can be used between "Hike" and "up." I can't believe she Hiked up her prices again
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42. Hike (v.) 1809, hyke "to walk vigorously," an English dialectal word of unknown origin
43. The most challenging day Hike we have done (so far) is the Grand Canyon rim-to-rim
44. The Enchantments thru-Hike is only slightly easier than hiking the Grand Canyon rim-to-rim as a day Hike
45. For the Enchantments Hike, there is more elevation gain and loss, but it is a bit shorter in distance.
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48. 10 hours ago · Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan said an interest rate Hike could come as soon as 2022
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noun a long walk or march for recreational activity, military training, or the like. an increase or rise, often sharp and unexpected: a hike in wages.
verb (used without object), hiked, hik·ing. to walk or march a great distance, especially through rural areas, for pleasure, exercise, military training, or the like. to move up or rise, as out of place or position (often followed by up): My shirt hikes up if I don't wear a belt.
1. countable noun A hike is a long walk in the country, especially one that you go on for pleasure. If you hike, you go for a long walk in the country. A hike is a sudden or large increase in prices, rates, taxes, or quantities. To hike prices, rates, taxes, or quantities means to increase them suddenly or by a large amount.