steering wheel


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steering wheel

a wheel turned by the driver of a motor vehicle, ship, etc., when he wishes to change direction. It is connected to the front wheels, rudder, etc.

steering wheel

[′stir·iŋ ‚wēl]
(mechanical engineering)
A hand-operated wheel for controlling the direction of the wheels of an automotive vehicle or of the rudder of a ship.
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