Wheel

A wheel is a circular component that is intended to rotate on an axial bearing. The wheel is one of the main components of the wheel and axle which is one of the six simple machines. Wheels, in conjunction with axles, allow heavy objects to be moved easily facilitating movement or transportation while supporting a load, or performing labor in mach...
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wheel

[n] - a circular helm to control the rudder of a vessel 2. [n] - a simple machine consisting of a circular frame with spokes (or a solid disc) that can rotate on a shaft or axle (as in vehicles or other machines) 3. [v] - wheel somebody or something 4. [v] - change directions as of revolving on a pivot 5. [v] - move along on ...
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Wheel

• (n.) An instrument of torture formerly used. • (v. i.) To change direction, as if revolving upon an axis or pivot; to turn; as, the troops wheeled to the right. • (n.) Any instrument having the form of, or chiefly consisting of, a wheel. • (n.) A spinning wheel. See under Spinning. • (v. i.) To roll forward. • (v. t....
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wheel

noun a simple machine consisting of a circular frame with spokes (or a solid disc) that can rotate on a shaft or axle (as in vehicles or other machines)
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Wheel

[route] A wheel route is a pattern run by a receiver or running back in American football. When run by a receiver, the player will immediately run a quick out pattern, then proceed to turn upfield in a curved pattern. Typically this route is run from an inside receiver, with the number one receiver heading inside to exploit coverage in the ...
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Wheel

[Unix term] In computing, the term wheel refers to a user account with a wheel bit, a system setting that provides additional special system privileges that empower a user to execute restricted commands that ordinary user accounts cannot access. The term is derived from the slang phrase big wheel, referring to a person with great power or i...
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Wheel

Wheel intransitive verb 1. To turn on an axis, or as on an axis; to revolve; to more about; to rotate; to gyrate. « The moon carried about the earth always shows the same face to us, not once wheeling upon her own center.» Bentley. 2. To change direction, a...
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Wheel

Wheel noun [ Middle English wheel , hweol , Anglo-Saxon hweól , hweogul , hweowol ; akin to Dutch wiel , Icelandic hvēl , Greek ky`klos , Sanskrit cakra ; confer Icelandic hjōl , Danish hiul , Swedish ...
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Wheel

Wheel transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Wheeled ; present participle & verbal noun Wheeling .] 1. To convey on wheels, or in a wheeled vehicle; as, to wheel a load of hay or wood. 2. To put into a rota...
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wheel

1. To convey on wheels, or in a wheeled vehicle; as, to wheel a load of hay or wood. ... 2. To put into a rotatory motion; to cause to turn or revolve; to cause to gyrate; to make or perform in a circle. 'The beetle wheels her droning flight.' 'Now heaven, in all her glory, shone, and rolled Her motions, as the great first mover's hand First wheele...
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wheel

a circular frame of hard material that may be solid, partly solid, or spoked and that is capable of turning on an axle.[6 related articles]
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Wheel

A common name for the lowest low hand 5, 4, 3, 2, A.
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wheel

A controller, normally mounted at the left end of the keyboard and played with the left hand, that is used for pitch-bending or modulation.
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WHEEL

A formation in which skaters form lines that are connected and rotating from one central point, similar to the spokes on a bicycle wheel.
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Wheel

A straight from ace through five.
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Wheel

A wagering term describing the selection of a greyhound to win, place or show with every other greyhound in the race.
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wheel

an alliterative rhyming quatrain with four-stress lines that follows the so-called bob, known together as a bob-and-wheel.
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Wheel

An alliterative rhyming quatrain with four-stress lines that follows the so-called bob, known togeth
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Wheel

as in common usage. Traditionally and most commonly spoked.
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Wheel

Betting all possible combinations in an exotic wager using at least one horse as the key. See 'Part Wheel'.
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Wheel

device used for steering a boat.
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Wheel

See bob and wheel.
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wheel

The lowest straight - A-2-3-4-5. In O8, this hand is likely to win both the Hi and the Lo, because it's the lowest possible hand, while simultaneously having very strong high-hand potential.
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Wheel

The Mesopotamians are credited with the invention of the wheel. The wheel was a revolution as it allowed larger loads to be moved a greater distance.
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wheel

Type: Term Pronunciation: wēl Definitions: 1. A circular frame or disk designed to revolve around an axis.
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