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gear

noun uk   /ɡɪər/ us    /ɡɪr/

gear noun (ENGINE PART)

B2 [C or U] a device, often consisting of connecting sets of wheels with teeth (= points) around the edge, that controls how much power from an engine goes to the moving parts of a machine: Does your car have four or five gears? I couldn't find reverse gear. The car should be in gear (= with its gears in position, allowing the vehicle to move). When you start a car you need to be in first ( US also low) gear. figurative After a slow start, the leadership campaign suddenly shifted into top gear (= started to advance very quickly).change gear mainly UK ( US usually shift gear) to change the position of the gears to make a vehicle go faster or more slowly
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gear noun (CLOTHES/EQUIPMENT)

B2 [U] the equipment, clothes, etc. that you use to do a particular activity: fishing/camping gear Police in riot gear (= protective clothing) arrived to control the protesters.
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B2 informal clothes: She wears all the latest gear.
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gear noun (DRUGS)

[U] UK slang drugs: The traffickers knew that there would always be someone willing to move the gear.
Переводы “gear”
на корейский 기어, 장비…
на арабский تَرس (دولاب مُسَنَّن), مَلابِس (ذات اسْتِخْدام خاص)…
на французский engrenage, changement de vitesse, mécanisme…
на турецкий vites, dişli takımı, elbise/donanım…
на итальянский cambio, attrezzatura, tenuta…
на китайский (традиционный) 引擎部件,引擎零件, 檔,排檔, 傳動裝置…
на русский привод, сцепление, скорость…
на польский bieg, sprzęt…
на испанский engranaje, marcha, mecanismo…
на португальский marcha, acessórios, equipamento…
на немецкий das Getriebe, der Gang, die Ausrüstung…
на каталонский marxa, velocitat, equip…
на японский (車・自転車の)ギア, 道具, ~用品…
на китайский (упрощенный) 发动机部件, 挡,排挡, 传动装置…
(Definition of gear from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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