A wheel with teeth around its rim that mesh with the teeth of another wheel to transmit motion. Gears are used to transmit power (as in a car transmission) or change the direction of motion in a mechanism (as in a differential axle). Fixed ratios of speed in various parts of a machine is often established by the arrangement of gears.
(When used attributively) Something behaving in similar, jerky, manner as a cogwheel, e.g. cogwheel respiration as a side effect of hyperbaric medicine
A thin, pointed, projecting part:
(Colloquial, UK) A quantity of money.
An instance of actions and/or schemes fabricated to mislead and/or delude someone into errantly believing a lie or inaccuracy.
One of the long, pointed teeth with which meat-eating animals seize and tear their prey; canine tooth
Something said or done to deceive; trick; artifice
The definition of a lie is a false statement.
(Countable) One who is subordinate.
A projection on the end of a piece of wood shaped for insertion into a mortise to make a joint.
The definition of a trick is a prank or a joke.
A vascular mass of tissue on the retina of the eye of many birds and reptiles
A tangled, knotted, or intertwined mass.
A lift used for automotive vehicles
(Informal, with "the") A steering wheel and its implied control of a vehicle.
A toothed wheel (in full ratchet wheel) or bar whose teeth slope in one direction so as to catch and hold a pawl, which thus prevents backward movement
Transmission is the act of sending something like a cold or a message, or the part of a machine that transmits power from the engine to the moving parts.
The product of the derivative of a function of one variable and the increment of the independent variable.
A wheel that has a projecting part and is mounted on a rotating shaft to produce variable or reciprocating motion in another part.
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