|gear wheel set||bevel gear|
|5 in a series, 5-note interval, 5th gear||fifth|
|a trademark for a four-wheel-drive vehicle||Land Rover|
|a trademark for a four-wheel-drive vehicle suitable for rough terrain||Jeep|
|above average, above somebody or something, advanced, anticyclone, at a peak, better, blowing strongly, elated state, far from equator, happy, high gear, high point, highest point; high gear (in an automobile); high pressure system (Meteorology); state...||high|
|abrasive wheel||emery wheel|
|acrobat, amount in tumbler, drinking glass, drinking glass without a stem or handle; acrobat; part of a lock which releases the bolt to move; gear-moving part of a transmission, cog for transmitting power from a rotating shaft (Machines); species of do...||tumbler|
|acrobatic movement, do cartwheel, large coin, wheel of a cart; somersault performed sideways, lateral handspring, wooden wheel of cart||cartwheel|
|act of causing a vehicle to move in a particular direction (by means of a wheel, rudder, etc.)||steering|
|act of stripping, airstrip, comic strip, damage screw thread or gear teeth, deprive of status or possessions, divide into strips, do striptease, get remaining milk from udder, get undressed, long flat piece, long narrow piece, band; series of drawings,...||strip|
|aircraft landing gear, foundation; frame and machinery of an automobile, undercarriage, main frame of vehicle, mounting for electronic device, mounting for gun carriage||chassis|
|amphetamine, cause to move quickly; accelerate; expedite, further; hurry, move quickly; drive faster than the legal speed limit; wish Godspeed to; succeed (Archaic), gear ratio, go or move quickly, hasten, make or be prosperous, pass quickly, photograp...||speed|
|amusement park ride consisting of a large revolving wheel with seats attached, amusement ride||Ferris wheel|
|arrange outcome dishonestly, arrangement of sails and masts, covering; equipment, gear; device, dress, drilling rig, drilling structure for oil, equip vessel with rigging, horse carriage, make, outfit of clothing, prepare aircraft for use, ridgeling, s...||rig|
|articulated bearing or coupling, somebody or something unnecessary, spare wheel||fifth wheel|
|automatic gear-changing system||automatic transmission|
|back side, back side of coin, change something to opposite, change to opposite direction, for backward movement, gear for backward movement, go backward, having the back side exposed to view; opposite, contrary; moving or behaving in a manner opposite ...||reverse|
|bear young, child, give birth to whelps, bring forth (offensive when said of a woman), ridge on capstan or windlass, rude young man, tooth on a wheel, young animal, young offspring of some mammals (i.e. dogs, bears, lion, etc.); ill-mannered child||whelp|
|beaver (type of animal); salt and pepper shaker; small wheel under furniture, beaver fur, beaver hat, beaver oil||castor|
|before others, before the rest, being ahead of all others; initial, beginning, best, earlier than the rest, first base, first gear, first position, fundamental, initially, initially; at the beginning; previously; for the first time; foremost, before al...||first|
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