wheelnoun

  • ja車輪
  • enone of the round parts underneath a car, bus, or bicycle that rolls and allows something to move

Examples

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Mute
1.
This line is interminable.
2.
At this rate, we'll be home in 54 minutes, instead of the usual 46.
3.
Not if I have anything to do with it.
4.
Watch me now!
5.
No. Gina, the wrong way.
6.
No, Gina, the spikes!
7.
Not a problem.
8.
I can get you home on 2 wheels.
9.
And that was the second pair of tires.
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Mute
1.
You can be in our video!
2.
- Really? - Yep.
3.
I was just gonna see if you could fix this squeaky wheel but... thanks!
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Mute
1.
Do you know bicycle?
2.
Do I know bicycle?
3.
- What does that mean? - Bicycle!
4.
- Two wheels. - Handlebars.
5.
Sometimes there's a basket.
6.
And sometimes there's spokes.
7.
Yeah, E.T. rode one and flew in it, bitch!
8.
I know what a bicycle is.
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Mute
1.
Did I show you the loqued-out Jeep Daddy got me?
2.
It's got 4-wheel drive, dual-side airbags, and a monster sound system!
3.
I don't have a license yet, but I need something to learn on.
4.
Boy! They came out of nowhere!