axle

All Noun Adjective
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  • Drive may be limited to the rear two axles for on-road use.
  • The design of these axles required them to be fixed into an outside frame.
  • The door located forward of the front axle in the usual place.
  • The key benefit is the power itself, which only takes one axle to provide.
  • Axle weight is very nearly equal upon both the front and back ends of the vehicle.
  • All axles of the control car as well as the middle cars are driven.
  • They are responsible for making the axles turn the right way.
  • These cars uses mid-ship, four-wheel drive, with engine between axles.
  • Development, production and installation of the new axles would take up to two years.
  • All cars have the engine located between the driver and the rear axle.
  • The engine was mounted under the bed between the front and the rear axles.
  • The engine is mounted slightly behind the front axle giving improved weight distribution.
  • Both methods increase the amount of string contact with the axle in any given time.
  • When he was told of the birth he drove to the hospital so quickly that he broke an axle spring.
  • Each frame has five or more axles, depending on the size of the home.
  • Each frame has five or more axles, depending on the size of the house.
  • The gap between the second and third axles is slightly larger than the other ones.
  • In some areas, no changes can be made to the axles or wheels.
  • They were short, often less than long, tall and rode on a single pair of axles.
  • The train consists of six-car units, with all axles on the middle four cars powered.
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Synonyms of axle

Meaning of axle

  • noun A shaft on which a wheel rotates