gear translation English to Polish: Cambridge Dictionary
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Translation of "gear" - English-Polish dictionary

gear

noun
 
 
/ɡɪər/
VEHICLE [C] B2 a set of parts in a motor vehicle or bicycle that control how fast the wheels turn
bieg
[usually plural] a mountain bike with 21 gears to change gear The engine and engine partsEngines and motors
first/second/third, etc gear B2 a particular position of the gears in a motor vehicle or bicycle that controls how fast the wheels turn
pierwszy/drugi/trzeci itp. bieg
The lights turned green, but I couldn't get into first gear.The engine and engine partsEngines and motors
CLOTHES/EQUIPMENT [U] B2 the clothes and equipment used for a particular purpose
sprzęt
sports/swimming gearThings needed for a taskClothing - general words
(Definition of gear from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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