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Nobody vs. Wheel

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Nobodypronoun

Not any person; the logical negation of somebody.

‘I asked several people, but nobody knew how.’; ‘Nobody called or visited that day.’;

Wheelnoun

A circular device capable of rotating on its axis, facilitating movement or transportation or performing labour in machines.

Nobodynoun

Someone who is not important or well-known.

‘Whether you're a nobody or a player, everyone in Tinseltown wants to be King of Hollywood! - [http://www.conqueringhollywood.com/ Conquering Hollywood]’;

Wheelnoun

A steering wheel and its implied control of a vehicle.

Nobodynoun

No person; no one; not anybody.

Wheelnoun

(nautical) The instrument attached to the rudder by which a vessel is steered.

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Nobodynoun

A person of no influence or importance; an insignificant or contemptible person.

Wheelnoun

A spinning wheel.

Nobodynoun

a person of no influence

Wheelnoun

A potter's wheel.

Wheelnoun

(heraldry) This device used as a heraldic charge, usually with six spokes.

Wheelnoun

A wheel-like device used as an instrument of torture or punishment.

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Wheelnoun

(slang) A person with a great deal of power or influence; a big wheel.

Wheelnoun

(poker slang) The lowest straight in poker: ace, 2, 3, 4, 5.

Wheelnoun

(automotive) A wheelrim.

Wheelnoun

A round portion of cheese.

Wheelnoun

A Catherine wheel firework.

Wheelnoun

(obsolete) A rolling or revolving body; anything of a circular form; a disk; an orb.

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Wheelnoun

A turn or revolution; rotation; compass.

Wheelnoun

A superuser on certain systems.

Wheelverb

To roll along on wheels.

‘Wheel that trolley over here, would you?’;

Wheelverb

(transitive) To transport something or someone using any wheeled mechanism, such as a wheelchair.

Wheelverb

(intransitive) To change direction quickly, turn, pivot, whirl, wheel around.

Wheelverb

(transitive) To cause to change direction quickly, turn.

Wheelverb

(intransitive) To travel around in large circles, particularly in the air.

‘The vulture wheeled above us.’;

Wheelverb

(transitive) To put into a rotatory motion; to cause to turn or revolve; to make or perform in a circle.

Wheelnoun

A circular frame turning about an axis; a rotating disk, whether solid, or a frame composed of an outer rim, spokes or radii, and a central hub or nave, in which is inserted the axle, - used for supporting and conveying vehicles, in machinery, and for various purposes; as, the wheel of a wagon, of a locomotive, of a mill, of a watch, etc.

‘The gasping charioteer beneath the wheelOf his own car.’;

Wheelnoun

Any instrument having the form of, or chiefly consisting of, a wheel.

Wheelnoun

A spinning wheel. See under Spinning.

Wheelnoun

A bicycle or a tricycle; a velocipede.

Wheelnoun

An instrument of torture formerly used.

‘His examination is like that which is made by the rack and wheel.’;

Wheelnoun

A rolling or revolving body; anything of a circular form; a disk; an orb.

Wheelnoun

A circular frame having handles on the periphery, and an axle which is so connected with the tiller as to form a means of controlling the rudder for the purpose of steering.

Wheelnoun

A turn revolution; rotation; compass.

‘According to the common vicissitude and wheel of things, the proud and the insolent, after long trampling upon others, come at length to be trampled upon themselves.’; ‘[He] throws his steep flight in many an aëry wheel.’;

Wheelnoun

A potter's wheel. See under Potter.

‘Then I went down to the potter's house, and, behold, he wrought a work on the wheels.’; ‘Turn, turn, my wheel! This earthen jarA touch can make, a touch can mar.’;

Wheelnoun

A firework which, while burning, is caused to revolve on an axis by the reaction of the escaping gases.

Wheelnoun

The burden or refrain of a song.

‘You must sing a-down a-down,An you call him a-down-a.O, how the wheel becomes it!’;

Wheelverb

To convey on wheels, or in a wheeled vehicle; as, to wheel a load of hay or wood.

Wheelverb

To put into a rotatory motion; to cause to turn or revolve; to cause to gyrate; to make or perform in a circle.

‘Now heaven, in all her glory, shone, and rolledHer motions, as the great first mover's handFirst wheeled their course.’;

Wheelverb

To turn on an axis, or as on an axis; to revolve; to more about; to rotate; to gyrate.

‘The moon carried about the earth always shows the sameface to us, not once wheeling upon her own center.’;

Wheelverb

To change direction, as if revolving upon an axis or pivot; to turn; as, the troops wheeled to the right.

‘Being able to advance no further, they are in a fair way towheel about to the other extreme.’;

Wheelverb

To go round in a circuit; to fetch a compass.

‘Then wheeling down the steep of heaven he flies.’;

Wheelverb

To roll forward.

‘Thunder mixed with hail,Hail mixed with fire, must rend the Egyptian sky,And wheel on the earth, devouring where it rolls.’;

Wheelnoun

a simple machine consisting of a circular frame with spokes (or a solid disc) that can rotate on a shaft or axle (as in vehicles or other machines)

Wheelnoun

a handwheel that is used for steering

Wheelnoun

a circular helm to control the rudder of a vessel

Wheelnoun

game equipment consisting of a rotating wheel with slots that is used for gambling; players bet on which slot the roulette ball will stop in

Wheelnoun

an instrument of torture that stretches or disjoints or mutilates victims

Wheelnoun

a wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals

Wheelverb

change directions as if revolving on a pivot;

‘They wheeled their horses around and left’;

Wheelverb

wheel somebody or something

Wheelverb

move along on or as if on wheels or a wheeled vehicle;

‘The President's convoy rolled past the crowds’;

Wheelverb

ride a bicycle

Wheelnoun

a circular object that revolves on an axle and is fixed below a vehicle or other object to enable it to move easily over the ground

‘a chair on wheels’;

Wheelnoun

a circular object that revolves on an axle and forms part of a machine.

Wheelnoun

used in reference to the cycle of a specified condition or set of events

‘the final release from the wheel of life’;

Wheelnoun

a large wheel used as an instrument of punishment or torture, especially by binding someone to it and breaking their limbs

‘a man sentenced to be broken on the wheel’;

Wheelnoun

a machine or structure having a wheel as its essential part.

Wheelnoun

the steering wheel of a vehicle or vessel

‘his crew know when he wants to take the wheel’;

Wheelnoun

a device with a revolving disc or drum used in various games of chance.

Wheelnoun

a system, or a part of a system, regarded as a relentlessly moving machine

‘the wheels of justice’;

Wheelnoun

a car

‘she's got wheels now’;

Wheelnoun

a thing resembling a wheel, in particular a cheese made in the form of a shallow disc

‘a small wheel of Brie’;

Wheelnoun

an instance of wheeling; a turn or rotation.

Wheelnoun

short for big wheel (sense 2)

Wheelnoun

a set of short lines, typically five in number and rhyming, concluding the stanza of a poem.

Wheelverb

push or pull (a vehicle with wheels)

‘the tea trolley was wheeled out’;

Wheelverb

carry in or on a vehicle with wheels

‘a young woman is wheeled into the operating theatre’;

Wheelverb

produce something that is unimpressive because it has been frequently seen or heard before

‘the old journalistic arguments have been wheeled out’;

Wheelverb

(of a bird or aircraft) fly in a wide circle or curve

‘the birds wheeled and dived’;

Wheelverb

turn round quickly so as to face another way

‘Robert wheeled round to see the face of Mr Mafouz’;

Wheelverb

turn or seem to turn on an axis or pivot

‘the stars wheeled through the sky’;

Wheel

In its primitive form, a wheel is a circular block of a hard and durable material at whose center has been bored a hole through which is placed an axle bearing about which the wheel rotates when torque is applied to the wheel about its axis. The wheel and axle assembly can be considered one of the six simple machines.

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