disc or circular frame that turns on an axle, as on carts, cars, bicycles, etc. or as part of a machine, etc.
the steering wheel of a car or guiding wheel of a ship
turn suddenly or change direction; move in a wheel
move (a wheeled object) with the hands
"the wheels of government began to turn"
"They wheeled their horses around and left"
"The President's convoy rolled past the crowds"
Now, in old age, when he expected little, looked forward to less, the wheel had come full circle.
出自： S. Middleton
The gates..to the Elysian fields may..wheel back on their adamantine hinges.
出自： F. Harrison
Summer is wheeling slowly towards its end.
He wheeled around suddenly.
He wheeled round and went abruptly out of the room.
The sails of the windmill were wheeling round.
Whatever made the chairman wheel about like that?
马车辘辘而去。 wheel sb/sth ⇔ away
I shall be glad when she wheels the old man away.
Someone wheeled away my bike from the front of the house.
The patient was wheeled in and the surgeon prepared to operate.
The nurse wheeled his dinner up to the bed.