Parreño said:yeah, you could say "park"....although for me "put" would sound more natural.
Okay, I just called about three friends and they all agreed....we would definitely "where did you put your bike?".
Please refrain from using those slang words that doesn't mean anything because this is an educational forum and we should help each other to learn and understand our different languages rather than posting useless words.yuriandre said:I would like to park my bike chenalyn chuvalush everbilena!
JAG said:Tom: Where did you put your bike?
Jerry: I parked it in front of the store.
Tom: Did you lock it up?
Jerry: Of course I did! I wouldn't leave my bike outside anywhere without locking it up.
That would be a strange thing to say, and it conjures up images that have little to do with parking the bike (leaving it on a dock/pier, penalizing the bike for something, plugging it in electrically)This is an old thread. I have a question, though
Can you dock a bike????
Can you dock a bike?
when referring to shared used public hire bikes, yes, you can say "dock". You dock the bike in its holder when you have finished using it.I was referring to this
End a ride by returning your bike to any station. Slide your bike firmly into an empty dock and wait for the green light to make sure it's locked.
This is from a website in Canada: bikesharetoronto, so I figured you could say "dock your bike" instead of "slide it into the dock" ???
I would agree that you can "dock" a bike when you are using the public bikeshare programs. But I am a native American English speaker and I would never say "park" my bike - I would say "put" my bike -somewhere- or "lock up" my bike, but I would reserve "park" for vehicles like cars.