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Wagen Deutsch Englisch Übersetzung

fünftes Rad am Wagen [fig.]
das fünfte Rad am Wagen sein
Rad {n} mit Einpresstiefe null
odd man out; the one out
to be in the way
center disc disk wheel
wagen
wagend
sich an eine schwere Aufgabe wagen
to venture
venturing
to venture on a difficult task
Fuhrwerk {n}; Wagen {m}; Gefährt {n} [geh.] [transp.]
Fuhrwerke {pl}; Wagen {pl}; Gefährte {pl}
carriage; waggon [Br.]; wagon [Am.]; vehicle
carriages; waggons; wagons; vehicles
fünftes Rad am Wagen [fig.]
das fünfte Rad am Wagen sein
odd man out, the one out
to be in the way
Wagen {m}; Waggon {m}
Wagen {pl}; Waggons {pl}
carriage
carriages
Wagen {m}, Waggon {m}
Wagen {pl}, Waggons {pl}
carriage
carriages
Auto {n}; Wagen {m} [ugs.] [auto]
Autos {pl}; Wagen {pl}; Kraftwagen {pl}
mit dem Auto fahren; mit dem Wagen fahren
ein richtiges Auto
Ich fahre mit dem Auto.
car
cars
to go by car; to travel by car
a car with a capital C
I'm going by car.
Förderwagen {m}; Wagen {m}; Grubenhund {m}; Hunt {m} [min.]
flacher Förderwagen
den Wagen abschlagen
mine car; mine hutch; mine tub; mine truck; mine tram; corf [Br.]; cocoa pan [coll.]
rolley
to unhook the tub
Auto {n}, Wagen {m}, Kraftwagen {m}
Autos {pl}, Wagen {pl}, Kraftwagen {pl}
mit dem Auto fahren, mit dem Wagen fahren
ein richtiges Auto
Ich fahre mit dem Auto.
car
cars
to go by car, to travel by car
a car with a capital C
I'm going by car.
Fahrzeug {n}, Wagen {m}
Fahrzeuge {pl}, Wagen {pl}
landwirtschaftliches Fahrzeug
vehicle
vehicles
agricultural vehicle
es mit raten versuchen; raten
die Vermutung wagen dass ...
zu vermuten wagen dass ...
to hazard a guess
to hazard a guess that ...
to hazard a guess that ...
Flachwagen {m}; K-Wagen {m} (Bahn)
Flachwagen {pl}; K-Wagen {pl}
flat wagon (railways)
flat wagons
Schreibwagen {m}; Wagen {m}; Schlitten {n} (Schreibmaschine)
Schreibwagen {pl}; Wagen {pl}; Schlitten {pl}
carriage (typewriter)
carriages
wagen; riskieren; aufs Spiel setzen {vt}
wagend; riskierend; aufs Spiel setzend
gewagt; riskiert; aufs Spiel gesetzt
wagt; riskiert; setzt aufs Spiel
wagte; riskierte; setzte aufs Spiel
sich an eine schwere Aufgabe wagen
wenn ich da meine Meinung einbringen darf
Ich wage zu behaupten dass ...
Er ist so wage ich kühn zu behaupten nicht der einzige.
to venture
venturing
ventured
ventures
ventured
to venture on a difficult task
if I may venture an opinion
I venture to say that ...
He is I venture to say not the only one.
Wagen
car
Wagen
trolley
wagen
to take a chance
wagen
to risk
wagen
to dare
wagen
take a chance
wagen
dare
Wagen
cars
es wagen mit
to try
Wagen
carriages
Wagen
trollies
Wagen
trolly
Wagen {m}
Wagen {pl}
cart
carts
Wagen {m}
Wagen {pl}
trolley
trolleys
Wagen
wagon
Wagen {m}
wain
Wagen
wains
Wagen
wain
Wagen
wagons
Wagen
vehicular
Art von Wagen
kind of car
Wagen..., Fahrzeug...
vehicular
zweiraedriger Wagen
whisky
Er ist das fünfte Rad am Wagen.
He's a fifth wheel.
Abenteuer, wagen
adventure
zweirädriger Wagen {m}
whisky
Wagen {m}, Personenwagen {m}
coach
herauswagen, wagen
venture
Wagen auf Rädern
mobile shop
Übertragungswagen {m}; Ü-Wagen {m}
Übertragungswagen {pl}; Ü-Wagen {pl}
mobile unit; production truck; outside broadcasting van; OB van; scanner
mobile units; production trucks; outside broadcasting vans; OB vans; scanners
in den Wagen, in den Waggon
on the truck
Wagen...; Fahrzeug...
vehicular
mit dem Wagen fahren
go by car
Wagen {m}, Planwagen {m}
wagon, covered wagon
Wagen mit Musikkapelle
bandwagons
in den Wagen, in den Waggon
on the car
Wagen {m} mit einer Musikkapelle
bandwagon
Wagen mit einer Musikkapelle
bandwagon
vierspännig {adj}
ein vierspänniger Wagen
four-in-hand
a four-horse cart; a four-in-hand chariot
eine Reihe Wagen
a string of cars
Pfanne {f} mit Wagen (Metallurgie)
bogie ladle (metallurgy)
Wagen {m}, Schreibmaschinenwagen {m}, Wagenvorschub {m}
carriage
Wie können Sie es wagen das zu sagen?
How dare you say that?
Wie können Sie es wagen, das zu sagen?
How dare you say that?
es wagen
niemand wagt es
to take a chance, to take the plunge
no-one takes the chance
es wagen, sich zutrauen
to dare
Er nahm mich in seinem Wagen mit.
He gave me a ride.
Wagen {n} (Drucker) [comp.]
Vorschubsperre {f}
carriage
carriage interlock
Ich fühle mich wie das fünfte Rad am Wagen.
I feel like a fifth wheel.
Gefahr, Risiko, Zufall, wagen
hazard
Er wurde von einen Wagen angefahren.
He was struck by a car.
Gebrauchtwagen, Wagen aus zweiter Hand
second-hand car
nahm mich in seinem Wagen mit
gave me a ride
er nahm mich in seinem Wagen mit
he gave me a ride
er wurde von einen Wagen angefahren
he was struck by a car
wurde von einem Wagen angefahren
was struck by a car
Conestoga-Wagen {m} [auto] [hist.]
Conestoga wagon
Risiko, riskieren, Wagnis, wagen
risk
es wagen; den Schritt tun
niemand wagt es
to take a chance; to take the plunge
no-one takes the chance
Er verlor die Kontrolle über seinen Wagen.
He lost control of his car.
Knarrende Wagen fahren am längsten. [Sprw.]
A creaking door hangs longest. [prov.]
einen Versuch wagen; etw. versuchen; etw. ausprobieren; etw. vorschlagen
to give it a whirl [coll.]
etw. (an etw.) festmachen
festmachend
festgemacht
ein Pferd vor einen Wagen spannen
to hitch up <> sth. (to sth.)
hitching up
hitched up
to hitch up a horse to a wagon
wagen, sich wagen an, riskieren {vt}
wagend, sich wagend an, riskierend
gewagt, sich gewagt an, riskiert
er
sie wagt, er
sie wagt sich an, er
sie riskiert
er
sie wagte, er
sie wagte sich an, er
sie riskierte
er
sie hat
hatte gewagt, er
sie hat
hatte sich gewagt an, er
sie hat
hatte riskiert
to dare {dared, durst, dared}
daring
dared
he
she dares
he
she dared
he
she has
had dared
wagen; sich wagen an; riskieren {vt}
wagend; sich wagend an; riskierend
gewagt; sich gewagt an; riskiert
er sie wagt; er sie wagt sich an; er sie riskiert
er sie wagte; er sie wagte sich an; er sie riskierte
er sie hat hatte gewagt; er sie hat hatte sich gewagt an; er sie hat hatte riskiert
to dare {dared; durst; dared}
daring
dared
he she dares
he she dared
he she has had dared
(sich) wagen
wagend
gewagt
wagt
wagte
niemand wagt es
to risk
risking
risked
risks
risked
no-one risks it
riskieren; wagen {vt}
riskierend; wagend
riskiert; gewagt
es riskieren; es darauf ankommen lassen
to chance
chancing
chanced
to chance it
versuchen, wagen {vt}
versuchend, wagend
versucht, gewagt
versucht, wagt
versuchte, wagte
to attempt
attempting
attempted
attempts
attempted
riskieren, wagen {vt}
riskierend, wagend
riskiert, gewagt
es riskieren, es darauf ankommen lassen
to chance
chancing
chanced
to chance it
versuchen; wagen {vt}
versuchend; wagend
versucht; gewagt
versucht; wagt
versuchte; wagte
to attempt
attempting
attempted
attempts
attempted
Höhle {f}, Bau {m}
Höhlen {pl}
sich in die Höhle des Löwen wagen [übtr.]
den
dens
to beard the lion in his den [fig.]
Höhle {f}; Bau {m}
Höhlen {pl}
sich in die Höhle des Löwen wagen [übtr.]
den
dens
to beard the lion in his den [fig.]
Rubikon {m} (Fluss in Italien) [geogr.]
den Rubikon überschreiten [übtr.] (eine unwiderrufliche Entscheidung treffen einen wichtigen Schritt wagen)
Rubicon
to cross the Rubicon [fig.]
schlagen; stoßen; treffen {vt}
schlagend; stoßend; treffend
geschlagen; gestoßen; getroffen
du schlägst
er sie schlägt
ich er sie schlug
er sie hat hatte geschlagen
ich er sie schlüge
Er wurde von einen Wagen angefahren.
to strike {struck; struck stricken}
striking
struck; stricken [old]
you strike
he she strikes
I he she struck
he she has had struck
I he she would strike
He was struck by a car.
(vor jdm.) flüchten {vi}
flüchtend
geflüchtet
der Polizei entkommen
mit einem gestohlenen Wagen flüchten
mit Schmuck im Wert von über 20.000 Euro flüchten
Na geh!; Geh weiter! (Ausdruck der Überraschung)
to get away (from sb.)
getting away
got away
to get away from the police
to get away in a stolen car
to get away with jewellery worth over EUR 20 000
Get away! (expression of surprise) [Br.]
abkommen {vi} (von etw.)
abkommend
abgekommen
völlig vom Thema abkommen
vom rechten Weg abkommen; auf die schiefe Bahn geraten
vom Kurs abkommen
Der Wagen kam von der Straße ab.
to veer away off (from sth.)
veering away off
veered away off
to veer away from the subject
to veer off the straight-and-narrow
to veer off course
The car veered off the road.
rückwärts herausfahren aus [auto]
rückwärts herausfahrend aus
rückwärts herausgefahren aus
einen Wagen rückwärts aus der Garage fahren
to back out of
backing out of
backed out of
to back a car out of the garage
Versuch {m} etw. zu tun
einen Versuch wagen etw. zu tun
Ich werde versuchen das zu beantworten.
Lass mich einmal probieren.
Einmal probiere ich's noch.
Wir wissen nicht ob es funktionieren wird. Es ist nur ein Versuchsballon.
stab at sth.; stab at doing sth. [coll.]
to make take have [Br.] a stab at (doing) sth.
I'll take a stab at the answer.
Let me give it a stab. Let me have a stab at it.
I'll make one more stab at it.
We don't know whether it will work. It's just a stab in the dark.
jdn. etw. jagen; jdn. etw. verfolgen {vt}
jagend; verfolgend
gejagt; verfolgt
jagt; verfolgt
jagte; verfolgte
Druck machen (Fußball)
Die Polizei verfolgte den gestohlenen Wagen durch die ganze Stadt.
to chase sb. sth.
chasing
chased
chases
chased
to chase the game (football)
Police chased the stolen car through the city
wiegen; wägen; abwiegen {vt}
wiegend; wägend; abwiegen
gewogen; gewägt; abgewogen
er sie wiegt; er sie wägt
ich er sie wog
er sie hat hatte gewogen
ich er sie wöge; ich er sie woge
Erst wägen dann wagen.
to weigh
weighing
weighed
he she weighs
I he she weighed
he she has had weighed
I he she would weigh
Look before you leap.
riskieren; wagen; aufs Spiel setzen {vt}
riskierend; wagend; aufs Spiel setzend
riskiert; gewagt; aufs Spiel gesetzt
to hazard
hazarding
hazarded
riskieren, wagen, aufs Spiel setzen {vt}
riskierend, wagend, aufs Spiel setzend
riskiert, gewagt, aufs Spiel gesetzt
to hazard
hazarding
hazarded
Pferd {n}
Pferde {pl}
kleines Pferd
ein Pferd vor einen Wagen spannen
aufs falsche Pferd setzen [übtr.]
das Pferd beim Schwanz aufzäumen [übtr.]
horse
horses
cob
to harness a horse to a carriage
to back the wrong horse [fig.]
to put the cart before the horse [fig.]
Pferd {n} [zool.] [agr.]
Pferde {pl}
kleines Pferd
ein Pferd zureiten
ein Pferd vor einen Wagen spannen
aufs falsche Pferd setzen [übtr.]
das Pferd beim Schwanz aufzäumen [übtr.]
horse
horses
cob
to break in a horse
to harness a horse to a carriage
to back the wrong horse [fig.]
to put the cart before the horse [fig.]
Schleppkettenförderer {m}; Schleppförderer {m} [techn.]
Schleppkettenförderer {pl}; Schleppförderer {pl}
Schleppkettenförderer für Wagen am Boden
drag (chain) conveyor; chain-pulled conveyor; drag-link conveyor; bar (flight) conveyor; scraper (chain) conveyor
drag (chain) conveyors; chain-pulled conveyors; drag-link conveyors; bar (flight) conveyors; scraper (chain) conveyors
overhead monorail chain conveyor towing floor trucks
Güterwagen {m}; Güterwaggon {m} (Bahn)
Güterwagen {pl}; Güterwaggons {pl}
gedeckter Güterwagen; G-Wagen
offener Güterwagen
offener flacher Güterwagen; Plattformwagen {m}
offener Niederflur-Güterwagen
Güterwagen in Regelbauart
goods wagon [Br.]; goods waggon [Br.]; freight car [Am.] (railway)
goods wagons; goods waggons; freight cars
goods van [Br.]; boxcar [Am.]
truck [Br.]; open-top car [Am.]
flat wagon [Br.]; flatcar [Am.]
low-sided open wagon [Br.]; gondola car [Am.]; gondola [Am.]
normal-type waggon [Br.] freight car [Am.]
Herrschaft {f}; Macht {f}; Gewalt {f} (über)
die Herrschaft gewinnen über
über etw. die Gewalt verlieren; über etw. die Herrschaft verlieren
Er verlor die Kontrolle über seinen Wagen.
control (over; of)
to gain control over; to get control of
to lose control of over sth.
He lost control of his car.
es wagen; sich trauen; sich zutrauen {vr}
wagend; sich trauend; sich zutrauend
gewagt; sich getraut; sich zugetraut
er sie wagt es; er sie traut sich; er sie traut sich zu
er sie wagte es; er sie traute sich; er sie traute sich zu
er sie hat hatte es gewagt; er sie hat hatte sich getraut; er sie hat hatte sich zugetraut
sich etw. trauen; sich etw. getrauen
niemand wagt es
Ich trau' mich nicht nach Hause.
to dare {dared; durst; dared}
daring
dared
he she dares
he she dared
he she has had dared
to dare to do sth.
no-one dares
I daren't go home.; I'm scared to go home.
es wagen, sich trauen, sich zutrauen {vr}
wagend, sich trauend, sich zutrauend
gewagt, sich getraut, sich zugetraut
er
sie wagt es, er
sie traut sich, er
sie traut sich zu
er
sie wagte es, er
sie traute sich, er
sie traute sich zu
er
sie hat
hatte es gewagt, er
sie hat
hatte sich getraut, er
sie hat
hatte sich zugetraut
sich etw. trauen, sich etw. getrauen
niemand wagt es
to dare {dared, durst, dared}
daring
dared
he
she dares
he
she dared
he
she has
had dared
to dare to do sth.
no-one dares

Deutsche Synonyme für Wagen

wagen  
Ü-Wagen  Übertragungswagen  
Buntling  (umgangssprachlich)  n-Wagen  Silberling  
Hänger  Wagen  Waggon  Wagon  
(sich)  trauen  (sich)  zutrauen  es  wagen  
(sich)  herantrauen  (an)  (sich)  wagen  (an)  ausprobieren  austesten  probieren  sein  Glück  versuchen  (umgangssprachlich)  testen  versuchen  
über  seinen  Schatten  springen  seinen  Mut  zusammennehmen  sich  ein  Herz  fassen  sich  trauen  wagen  
(sich)  aus  dem  Fenster  lehnen  (umgangssprachlich)  (sich)  wagen  (an)  auf  schmalem  Grat  wandern  in  tiefes  Wasser  gehen  mutig  sein  Risiko  auf  sich  nehmen  riskieren  trauen  
Auto  Automobil  fahrbarer  Untersatz  (umgangssprachlich)  Kalesche  (umgangssprachlich)  Karre  (umgangssprachlich)  Kiste  (umgangssprachlich)  Kutsche  (umgangssprachlich)  Personenkraftwagen  Personenwagen  Pkw  PKW  Schlitten  (umgangssprachlich)  Wagen  
Ü-Wagen  Übertragungswagen  

Englische Synonyme für odd man out; the one out

odd  abnormal  absolute  absurd  algorismic  algorithmic  aliquot  alone  anomalous  asymmetric  azygous  bereft of reason  brainsick  cardinal  casual  celibate  chance  contingent  contrasting  counter  crackbrained  cracked  crank  crankish  cranky  crazed  crazy  crotchety  curious  daft  decimal  deluded  demented  deprived of reason  deranged  deviant  deviative  different  differential  digital  disoriented  disparate  disproportionate  dissimilar  distraught  divergent  diverse  dotty  eccentric  erratic  even  exceptional  exponential  extra  fey  figural  figurate  figurative  finite  first and last  flaky  flighty  fluky  fortuitous  fractional  freaked out  freakish  freaky  funny  hallucinated  hardly like  idiocratic  idiosyncratic  ill-matched  ill-sorted  imaginary  impair  impossible  inadequate  incidental  infinite  insane  insufficient  integral  irrational  irregular  kinky  kooky  left  leftover  loco  logarithmic  logometric  lone  lunatic  mad  maddened  maggoty  manic  mazed  mental  mentally deficient  meshuggah  mismatched  moon-struck  negative  net  non compos  non compos mentis  nonuniform  not all there  not right  numeral  numerary  numerative  numeric  nutty  occasional  oddball  of unsound mind  off  off the wall  offbeat  one and only  only  only-begotten  ordinal  out  out of proportion  out-of-the-way  outlandish  outstanding  over  pair  part-time  passing strange  peculiar  positive  possible  prime  psycho  quaint  queer  quirky  radical  rational  real  reasonless  reciprocal  remaining  remanent  scarcely like  screwball  screwy  senseless  sick  side  single  singular  skew  skewed  sole  spare  stark-mad  stark-staring mad  strange  submultiple  superfluous  surd  surplus  surviving  tetched  to spare  touched  transcendental  twisted  unalike  unbalanced  unconsumed  unconventional  unearthly  unequal  uneven  unhinged  unidentical  unique  unlike  unmatched  unnatural  unpaired  unrepeated  unresembling  unsame  unsane    
odd job  assignment  busywork  chare  charge  chore  commission  duty  errand  exercise  fish to fry  homework  job  job of work  labor  make-work  matters in hand  mission  piece of work  project  service  stint  task  things to do  work  
oddball  abnormal  absurd  alien  anomalous  anomaly  bizarre  black sheep  blemish  case  character  crackpot  crank  crankish  cranky  crosspatch  crotchety  curious  deviant  deviative  different  divergent  dotty  duck  eccentric  erratic  exceptional  fanatic  fey  flake  flaky  foreign body  foreign intruder  freak  freaked out  freakish  freaky  funny  hermit  hobo  idiocratic  idiosyncratic  impurity  individualist  inner-directed person  intruder  irregular  kinky  kook  kooky  lone wolf  loner  maggoty  maverick  meshuggenah  misfit  monkey wrench  mote  natural  naysayer  nonconformist  nut  nutty  odd  odd fellow  oddity  off  off the wall  original  out  outlandish  outsider  pariah  passing strange  peculiar  quaint  queer  queer duck  queer fish  queer specimen  quirky  quiz  rara avis  recluse  screwball  screwy  singular  sliver  solitary  speck  splinter  spook  sport  stone  strange  strange duck  tramp  twisted  type  unconventional  unearthly  unnatural  wacky  weed  weird  weirdo  whimsical  wondrous strange  zealot  zombie  
oddity  aberration  abnormality  absurdity  alien  anomalousness  anomaly  anticness  bizarreness  bizarrerie  card  case  character  conceit  conversation piece  crackpot  crackpotism  crank  crankiness  crankism  crotchet  crotchetiness  curio  curiosity  curiousness  deformity  deviancy  deviation  differentness  distinctiveness  divergence  dottiness  duck  eccentric  eccentricity  erraticism  erraticness  exception  extraordinariness  fanatic  fantasticality  freak  freakiness  freakishness  grotesqueness  grotesquerie  hermit  hobo  idiocrasy  idiosyncrasy  improbability  incongruity  incongruousness  individuality  irregularity  kink  kook  kookiness  lone wolf  loner  maggot  malformation  mannerism  maverick  meshuggenah  misfit  monstrosity  monstrousness  museum piece  natural  nonconformist  nonconformity  nonesuch  nut  odd fellow  oddball  oddness  original  outlandishness  outsider  pariah  peculiarity  phenomenon  prodigiosity  prodigy  quaintness  queer duck  queer fish  queer specimen  queerness  quip  quirk  quirkiness  quiz  rara avis  rarity  screwball  singularity  solitary  spook  strange thing  strangeness  teratism  tramp  trick  twist  type  unconventionality  unnaturalness  unusualness  weirdness  weirdo  whim  whimsicality  whimsy  zealot  zombie  
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Lexikoneinträge für odd man out; the one out / to be in the way / center disc disk wheel

Balance wheel () A wheel which regulates the beats or pulses of a watch or chronometer, answering to the pendulum of a clock
Balance wheel () A ratchet-shaped scape wheel, which in some watches is acted upon by the axis of the balance wheel proper (in those watches called a balance).
Balance wheel () A wheel which imparts regularity to the movements of any engine or machine
Brush wheel () A wheel without teeth, used to turn a similar one by the friction of bristles or something brushlike or soft attached to the circumference.
Brush wheel () A circular revolving brush used by turners, lapidaries, silversmiths, etc., for polishing.
Car wheel () A flanged wheel of a railway car or truck.
Catharine wheel () See catherine wheel.
Catherine wheel () Same as Rose window and Wheel window. Called also Catherine-wheel window.
Catherine wheel () A revolving piece of fireworks resembling in form the window of the same name.
Center (n.) A point equally distant from the extremities of a line, figure, or body, or from all parts of the circumference of a circle
Center (n.) The middle or central portion of anything.
Center (n.) A principal or important point of concentration
Center (n.) The earth.
Center (n.) Those members of a legislative assembly (as in France) who support the existing government. They sit in the middle of the legislative chamber, opposite the presiding officer, between the conservatives or monarchists, who sit on the right of the speaker, and the radicals or advanced republicans who occupy the seats on his left, See Right, and Left.
Center (n.) A temporary structure upon which the materials of a vault or arch are supported in position until the work becomes self-supporting.
Center (n.) One of the two conical steel pins, in a lathe, etc., upon which the work is held, and about which it revolves.
Center (n.) A conical recess, or indentation, in the end of a shaft or other work, to receive the point of a center, on which the work can turn, as in a lathe.
Center (v. i.) Alt. of Centre
Center (v. t.) Alt. of Centre
Chain wheel () A chain pulley, or sprocket wheel.
Chain wheel () An inversion of the chain pump, by which it becomes a motor driven by water.
Count-wheel (n.) The wheel in a clock which regulates the number of strokes.
Crown wheel () A wheel with cogs or teeth set at right angles to its plane
Disc (n.) A flat round plate
Disc (n.) A circular structure either in plants or animals
Disk (n.) A discus
Disk (n.) A flat, circular plate
Disk (n.) The circular figure of a celestial body, as seen projected of the heavens.
Disk (n.) A circular structure either in plants or animals
Disk (n.) The whole surface of a leaf.
Disk (n.) The central part of a radiate compound flower, as in sunflower.
Disk (n.) A part of the receptacle enlarged or expanded under, or around, or even on top of, the pistil.
Disk (n.) The anterior surface or oral area of coelenterate animals, as of sea anemones.
Disk (n.) The lower side of the body of some invertebrates, especially when used for locomotion, when it is often called a creeping disk.
Disk (n.) In owls, the space around the eyes.
Fudge wheel () A tool for ornamenting the edge of a sole.
Scape-wheel (n.) The wheel in an escapement (as of a clock or a watch) into the teeth of which the pallets play.
Side-wheel (a.) Having a paddle wheel on each side
Sprocket wheel () Same as Chain wheel.
Stern-wheel (a.) Having a paddle wheel at the stern
Water wheel () Any wheel for propelling machinery or for other purposes, that is made to rotate by the direct action of water
Water wheel () The paddle wheel of a steam vessel.
Water wheel () A wheel for raising water
Wheel (n.) A circular frame turning about an axis
Wheel (n.) Any instrument having the form of, or chiefly consisting of, a wheel.
Wheel (n.) A spinning wheel. See under Spinning.
Wheel (n.) An instrument of torture formerly used.
Wheel (n.) A circular frame having handles on the periphery, and an axle which is so connected with the tiller as to form a means of controlling the rudder for the purpose of steering.
Wheel (n.) A potter's wheel. See under Potter.
Wheel (n.) A firework which, while burning, is caused to revolve on an axis by the reaction of the escaping gases.
Wheel (n.) The burden or refrain of a song.
Wheel (n.) A bicycle or a tricycle
Wheel (n.) A rolling or revolving body
Wheel (n.) A turn revolution
Wheel (v. t.) To convey on wheels, or in a wheeled vehicle
Wheel (v. t.) To put into a rotatory motion
Wheel (v. i.) To turn on an axis, or as on an axis
Wheel (v. i.) To change direction, as if revolving upon an axis or pivot
Wheel (v. i.) To go round in a circuit
Wheel (v. i.) To roll forward.
Wheel-shaped (a.) Shaped like a wheel.
Wheel-shaped (a.) Expanding into a flat, circular border at top, with scarcely any tube
Wheel-worn (a.) Worn by the action of wheels

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center field
centerfield
the fielding position of the player on a baseball team who is expected to field balls in the central third of the outfield
center a position on a basketball team of the player who participates in the jump that starts the game
center (American football) the position of the player on the line of scrimmage who puts the ball in play, it is a center's responsibility to get the football to the quarterback
center the position on a hockey team of the player who participates in the face off at the beginning of the game
blastoderm
germinal disc
blastodisc
germinal area
a layer of cells on the inside of the blastula
wheel bug
Arilus cristatus
large predatory North American bug that sucks the blood of other insects
wheel horse
wheeler
a draft horse harnessed behind others and nearest the wheels of a vehicle
acetate disk
phonograph recording disk
a disk coated with cellulose acetate
Army High Performance Computing Research Center
AHPCRC
a United States defense laboratory to conduct research in high-performance computing for defense technology applications, a partnership of government and university and industry
audio CD
audio compact disc
compact discs used to reproduce sound (voice and music)
balance wheel
balance
a wheel that regulates the rate of movement in a machine, especially a wheel oscillating against the hairspring of a timepiece to regulate its beat
bevel gear
pinion and crown wheel
pinion and ring gear
gears that mesh at an angle
bicycle
bike
wheel cycle
a wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals
bicycle wheel the wheel of a bicycle
brake disk a disk or plate that is fixed to the wheel, pressure is applied to it by the brake pads
buffing wheel a wheel that is covered with soft material
burn center a center where patients with severe burns can be treated
call center
call centre
a center equipped to handle a large volume of telephone calls (especially for taking orders or serving customers)
car wheel a wheel that has a tire and rim and hubcap, used to propel the car
catherine wheel
pinwheel
a circular firework that spins round and round emitting colored fire
CD-R
compact disc recordable
CD-WO
compact disc write-once
a compact disc on which you can write only once and thereafter is read-only memory
CD-ROM
compact disc read-only memory
a compact disk that is used with a computer (rather than with an audio system), a large amount of digital information can be stored and accessed but it cannot be altered by the user
center
centre
a building dedicated to a particular activity, they were raising money to build a new center for research
center bit
centre bit
a bit with a sharp center point for guidance and two side cutters
center field
centerfield
center
the piece of ground in the outfield directly ahead of the catcher, he hit the ball to deep center
center punch a tool with a conical point that is used to make indentations in metal (especially to mark points for drilling)
community center
civic center
a center where the members of a community can gather for social or cultural activities
compact disk
compact disc
CD
a digitally encoded recording on an optical disk that is smaller than a phonograph record, played back by a laser
compact-disk burner
CD burner
recording equipment for making compact disks
conference center
conference house
a center where conferences can be conducted
control center the operational center for a group of related activities, the general in command never left the control center
daisy print wheel
daisy wheel
a wheel around which is a set of print characters that make a typing impression on paper
day nursery
day care center
a nursery for the supervision of preschool children while the parents work
disk
disc
a flat circular plate
disk access memory access to the computer disk on which information is stored
disk brake
disc brake
hydraulic brake in which friction is applied to both sides of a spinning disk by the brake pads
disk cache a cache that stores copies of frequently used disk sectors in random access memory (RAM) so they can be read without accessing the slower disk
disk clutch a friction clutch in which the frictional surfaces are disks
disk controller (computer science) a circuit or chip that translates commands into a form that can control a hard disk drive
disk drive
disc drive
hard drive
Winchester drive
computer hardware that holds and spins a magnetic or optical disk and reads and writes information on it
diskette
floppy
floppy disk
a small plastic magnetic disk enclosed in a stiff envelope with a radial slit, used to store data or programs for a microcomputer, floppy disks are noted for their relatively slow speed and small capacity and low price
disk harrow
disc harrow
a harrow with a series of disks set on edge at an angle
driving wheel a wheel that drives a motor vehicle (transforms torque into a tractive force)
entertainment center a wall unit containing sound and television systems
escape wheel gear that engages a rocking lever
Ferris wheel a vertical rotating mechanism consisting of a large wheel with suspended seats that remain upright as the wheel rotates, provides a ride at an amusement park
fifth wheel a steering bearing that enables the front axle of a horse-drawn wagon to rotate
fifth wheel spare an extra car wheel and tire for a four-wheel vehicle
four-wheel drive
WD
a transmission that provides power directly to all four wheels of a motor vehicle
four-wheel drive WD a motor vehicle with a four-wheel drive transmission system
gear
gear wheel
geared wheel
cogwheel
a toothed wheel that engages another toothed mechanism in order to change the speed or direction of transmitted motion
grinding wheel
emery wheel
a wheel composed of abrasive material, used for grinding
hard disc
hard disk
fixed disk
a rigid magnetic disk mounted permanently in a drive unit
idle pulley
idler pulley
idle wheel
a pulley on a shaft that presses against a guide belt to guide or tighten it
lantern pinion
lantern wheel
a small pinion having cylindrical bars instead of teeth, used chiefly in inexpensive clocks
magnetic disk
magnetic disc
disk disc
(computer science) a memory device consisting of a flat disk covered with a magnetic coating on which information is stored
millwheel
mill wheel
water wheel that is used to drive machinery in a mill
optical disk
optical disc
a disk coated with plastic that can store digital data as tiny pits etched in the surface, is read with a laser that scans the surface
paddlewheel
paddle wheel
a large wheel fitted with paddles and driven by an engine in order to propel a boat
phonograph record
phonograph recording
record
disk disc platter
sound recording consisting of a disk with a continuous groove, used to reproduce music by rotating while a phonograph needle tracks in the groove
planetary gear
epicyclic gear
planet wheel
planet gear
an outer gear that revolves about a central sun gear of an epicyclic train
plaza mall center shopping mall
shopping center
shopping centre
mercantile establishment consisting of a carefully landscaped complex of shops representing leading merchandisers, usually includes restaurants and a convenient parking area, a modern version of the traditional marketplace, a good plaza should have a movie house, they spent their weekends at the local malls
potter's wheel a horizontal rotating wheel holding the clay being shaped by a potter, the potter's wheel was invented in Asia Minor around BC
rack wheel an instrument of torture that stretches or disjoints or mutilates victims
RAM disk (computer science) a virtual drive that is created by setting aside part of the random-access memory to use as if it were a group of sectors, access to a RAM disk is very fast but the data it contains is lost when the system is turned off
ratchet wheel toothed wheel held in place by a pawl or detent and turned by a lever
Rayleigh disk an acoustic radiometer consisting of a light disk suspended from a quartz thread, when exposed to a progressive sound wave its torque can measure velocity
removable disk a hard disk that can be removed from the disk drive, removal prevents unauthorized use
research center
research facility
a center where research is done
roulette
toothed wheel
a wheel with teeth for making a row of perforations
roulette wheel
wheel
game equipment consisting of a wheel with slots that is used for gambling, the wheel rotates horizontally and players bet on which slot the roulette ball will stop in
spinning wheel a small domestic spinning machine with a single spindle that is driven by hand or foot
spoke
wheel spoke
radius
support consisting of a radial member of a wheel joining the hub to the rim
sprocket
sprocket wheel
thin wheel with teeth that engage with a chain
spur gear
spur wheel
gear wheels that mesh in the same plane
steering wheel
wheel
a handwheel that is used for steering
student center a center for student activities at a college or university
treadmill
treadwheel
tread-wheel
a mill that is powered by men or animals walking on a circular belt or climbing steps
wagon wheel a wheel of a wagon
waterwheel
water wheel
a wheel that rotates by direct action of water, a simple turbine
waterwheel water wheel a wheel with buckets attached to its rim, raises water from a stream or pond
wheel 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)
wheel a circular helm to control the rudder of a vessel
wheel and axle hoist so arranged that a rope unwinding from a wheel is wound onto a cylindrical drum or shaft coaxial with the wheel
wheel lock an obsolete gunlock using flint and a revolving wheel
World Trade Center
WTC
twin towers
twin skyscrapersstories high in New York City, built feet tall into , destroyed by a terrorist attack on September ,
worm wheel gear with the thread of a worm
circularity
disk shape
the roundness of a -dimensional figure
dead center
dead centre
the position of a crank when it is in line with the connecting rod and not exerting torque
center of curvature
centre of curvature
the center of the circle of curvature
fifth wheel
deadwood
someone or something that is unwanted and unneeded
wheel forces that provide energy and direction, the wheels of government began to turn
intervertebral disc
intervertebral disk
a fibrocartilaginous disc serving as a cushion between all of the vertebrae of the spinal column (except between the first two)
blind spot
optic disc
optic disk
the point where the optic nerve enters the retina, not sensitive to light
center
centre
nerve center
nerve centre
a cluster of nerve cells governing a specific bodily process, in most people the speech center is in the left hemisphere
auditory center the part of the brain (in a fold of the cerebral cortex of the temporal lobe on both sides of the brain) that receives impulses from the ear by way of the auditory nerve
Broca's area
Broca's center
Broca's gyrus
Broca's convolution
convolution of Broca
the motor speech center in the left hemisphere of the brain in most people
Wernicke's area
Wernicke's center
the auditory word center, located in the posterior part of the superior temporal convolution in most people
respiratory center the center in the medulla oblongata and pons that integrates sensory information about the level of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the blood and determines the signals to be sent to the respiratory muscles
center centre center of attention
centre of attention
the object upon which interest and attention focuses, his stories made him the center of the party

 

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