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flange

noun [C] uk   us   /flændʒ/
a flat surface sticking out from an object, used to fix it to something or to make it stronger: The flange around the wheels on railway trains helps to keep them on the rails.
Translations of “flange”
in Vietnamese mép bánh xe, vành bánh xe…
in Spanish pestaña…
in Thai ครีบล้อรถ…
in Malaysian bebibir…
in French rebord…
in German der Spurkranz…
in Chinese (Traditional) 凸緣, 法蘭, 輪緣…
in Indonesian pinggiran roda…
in Chinese (Simplified) 凸缘, 法兰, 轮缘…
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