Noun(1) a motorbike that can be pedaled or driven by a low-powered gasoline engine
Verb(1) move around slowly and aimlessly(2) be apathetic, gloomy, or dazed
(1) He has explored every nook and cranny of Paris - on foot, by bicycle, by moped .(2) Temples, small villages and waterfalls dotted along the coast can be explored by car or moped .(3) I started working in Salisbury and my godmother gave me some money to buy a moped , to save on bus-fares.(4) But you can rent a bike or moped to explore the enticing floral lanes - so long as you respect the island's speed limit - a sedate 20 mph.(5) She got on her moped and road out towards Annie's house.(6) On the streets, he zips around on a little yellow moped .(7) The roads become busier, and more and more bicycles, mopeds and motorbikes use the pedestrian footpaths.(8) The bus lane is designed to limit the amount of traffic in Ferndale Road and only allows buses, emergency vehicles, motorbikes, mopeds and bicycles.(9) Scooters, mopeds or bicycles can be rented for a modest cost in most tourist locations.(10) We all see whole families with their babies and dogs weaving through traffic on small mopeds .(11) The firm uses a fleet of bicycles, mopeds , vans and tow trucks to scour the streets for offenders.(12) So would more widespread use of bicycles and mopeds to free-up road space?