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Definition of 'axle'

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What you cannot see but you can feel is active aerodynamics on the front axle. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The energy is fed back to a motor on the front axle for increased acceleration. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Its engine has been pulled back behind the front axle to improve weight distribution. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There are some unusual technical innovations, such as a hollow front axle. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Once, one of my colleague forgot to tighten the bolt holding the axle on the front wheel of a motorcycle. The Sun (2010)He grabs his scooter by its front axle and drags it up five steps to the door of his one-bedroom flat. The Sun (2015)The moment it detects wheel slip at the front axle, up to 99% of power can be diverted to the rear wheels. Times, Sunday Times (2014)

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Translations for 'axle'

British English: axle /ˈæksəl/ NOUN
An axle is a rod connecting a pair of wheels on a car or other vehicle.
  • American English: axle
  • Arabic: مِحْوَرُ العَجَلَة
  • Brazilian Portuguese: eixo
  • Chinese: 轮轴
  • Croatian: osovina
  • Czech: náprava kola
  • Danish: aksel
  • Dutch: as spil
  • European Spanish: eje
  • Finnish: akseli
  • French: essieu
  • German: Achse
  • Greek: άξονας
  • Italian: asse
  • Japanese: 車軸
  • Korean:
  • Norwegian: aksel
  • Polish:
  • European Portuguese: eixo
  • Romanian: osie
  • Russian: ось
  • Spanish: eje
  • Swedish: axel teknik
  • Thai: แกน เพลา
  • Turkish: dingil
  • Ukrainian: вісь
  • Vietnamese: trục xe

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