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gear in Dogri डोगरी

gear in Kashmiri कॉशुर

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gear in English

  • gear
    adj. (British Slang.)1. stylish; up-to-date.
    Ex. The once stodgy city seems to possess ... the most gear combos (London Times).
    2. wonderful.
    Ex. It's fab, Henchcliffe, it's gear, ... groovy, keen (Punch).

  • gear
    expr. in (or into) gear,
    a. connected to the motor or mechanism.
    Ex. ... the position of the eccentric pulley, relative to the crank when in gear (R. S. Robinson).
    b. (Figurative.) in or into working order.
    Ex. In a week or two

  • gear
    expr. out of gear,
    a. not connected with the motor or mechanism.
    Ex. The teeth of the wheel became disengaged and the machine, out of gear, stopped working.
    b. (Figurative.) out of working order, or out of smooth working order.

  • gear
    expr. shift gears,
    a. to change from one gear to another; connect a motor or mechanism to a different set of gears.
    Ex. Going up the steep hill, the truck shifted gears.
    b. to readjust one's attitude, approach, or style to meet new co

  • gear
    gear, noun, verb, adjective.

  • gear
    noun 1. a wheel having teeth that fit into the teeth of another wheel to move it or be moved by it; cogwheel; gearwheel. If the wheels are of different sizes, they will turn at different speeds.
    2. a set of such wheels working together to transmit

  • gear
    v.i. 1. to fit or work together; be in gear; mesh.
    Ex. The cogs gear smoothly.
    2. (Figurative.) to prepare; arrange; plan.
    Ex. The towns, in gearing to meet the need of their new neighbors, are moving cautiously (Christian Science Moni

  • gear
    v.t. 1. to connect by gears.
    Ex. The motor is geared to the rear wheels of the automobile.
    2. to provide with gear; equip; harness.
    3. (Figurative.) to make fit; adjust, adapt.
    Ex. The old sea captain found it hard to abandon hi

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