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Translation of "wheel" - English-Spanish dictionary

wheel

noun /wiːl/
a circular frame or disc turning on a rod or axle, on which vehicles etc move along the ground rueda A bicycle has two wheels, a tricycle three, and most cars four a cartwheel.
any of several things similar in shape and action volante a potter’s wheel He was found drunk at the wheel (= steering-wheel) of his car.
wheeled adjective
de ruedas a wheeled vehicle.
-wheeled suffix
de… ruedas a four-wheeled vehicle.
wheelbarrow noun
a small carrier with one wheel at the front, and two legs and two handles at the back carretilla de mano He used a wheelbarrow to move the manure to the back garden.
wheelchair noun
a chair with wheels, used for moving from place to place by invalids or those who cannot walk. silla de ruedas
wheelhouse noun
the shelter in which a ship’s steering-wheel is placed. timonera, caseta del timón, puente de mando
wheelwright noun
a craftsman who makes wheels. carretero
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 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…
in Chinese (Simplified) 轮子, 车轮, (船的)舵轮…
(Definition of wheel from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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