noun: A mounted attendant who rides in front of or beside a carriage.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
The idea of a "continuing coalition" was first floated by Nick Boles, the Tory MP, who is seen as an "outrider" for the group of Tory modernisers around Mr Cameron.
These days it seems carrying a party card does not disqualify you from being an outrider for a Tory government.
IBM is something of an outrider in tech's biggest trend.
"That means that if you're a racing official, if you're an outrider, if you're a gate crew person, if you're a food and beverage person, if you're a mutual clerk and you work at racetracks, there's no longer year-round employment," Arnold said.
Yatir, an outrider set in a national forest behind a Bedouin village at the southern edge of the region, has become even pricier than Castel: $70 for the current 2006 Yatir Forest.
n raitininkas, lydintis ekipažą eskorto motociklininkas (t. p. motorcycle outrider)