wheel noun translate to Mandarin Chinese: Cambridge Dictionary

Translation of "wheel" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary


[C] a circular object connected at the centre to a bar, which is used for making vehicles or parts of machines move
I got my bag caught in the wheel of my bicycle.
He lost control of his car when a front/rear wheel hit a stone as he approached the first bend.
→  See also Ferris wheel , flywheel , waterwheel The exterior of vehiclesMachine parts
on wheels Something that is on wheels has wheels under it so that it can be pulled or pushed along
My suitcase is on wheels so that makes life a little easier.
I bought my niece one of those toy dogs on wheels.
Machine parts
the wheel a steering wheel (= a wheel inside a vehicle, which the driver turns to make the vehicle go in a particular direction)
Keep your hands on the wheel!,
I never feel safe with Richard at/behind the wheel (= driving).
Do you think you could take the wheel (= drive) for a couple of hours?
The interior of vehicles
[C] a wooden or metal wheel which is turned to make a ship go in a particular direction
Parts of ships and boats
wheels [plural] old-fashioned informal a car
I've got to get some wheels - this public transport system's a joke!
Translations of “wheel”
in Arabic عَجَلة…
in Korean 바퀴…
in Malaysian roda, stereng…
in French roue, tour, volant…
in Turkish tekerlek, çark…
in Italian ruota…
in Chinese (Traditional) 輪子, 車輪, (船的)舵輪…
in Russian колесо…
in Polish koło…
in Vietnamese bánh xe, hệ thống bánh xe…
in Spanish rueda, volante…
in Portuguese roda…
in Thai ล้อ, สิ่งที่มีลักษณะเป็นวงกลม…
in German das Rad, die Scheibe, das Steuer…
in Catalan roda…
in Japanese 車輪…
in Indonesian roda, setir…
(Definition of wheel noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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