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axle

noun [C]  /ˈæk·səl/ us  
a bar connected to the center of a circular object such as a wheel that allows or causes it to turn, esp. one connecting two wheels of a vehicle
Translations of “axle”
in Spanish eje…
in French essieu…
in German die Radachse…
in Chinese (Traditional) 軸, 車軸…
in Russian ось…
in Turkish aks, dingil…
in Chinese (Simplified) 轴, 车轴…
in Polish oś…
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