Wheels or WHEELS can refer to:
*The plural of
Wheelsnickname for, Michael Williams
Wheels (novel)", a novel by Arthur Hailey.
Wheels (band)on Warner Brothers Records UK - opening act for numerous British bands such as Genesison the 'Selling England By the Pound' tour. The band was fronted by Scottish singer and musician Dave Kelly.
Wheels (operating system), an operating systemfor the Commodore 64.
*"Wheels", a hit song in 1961 for the instrumental group
*In the Judeo-Christian Tradition Wheels may refer to
Wheels magazine, a magazine which is published in Australia.
Wheels (show)on Time Warner Cable.
WHEELS (California), a busservice in the San Francisco Bay Area, California
Wheels (New Jersey Transit), a suburban bus service operated by contractors for New Jersey Transit
Derek "Wheels" Wheeler, a character from the " Degrassi" series played by Neil Hope
* WHEELS, the DBA name for the
Norwalk Transit Districtin Norwalk, Connecticut
*"Wheels," slang for
horologya term for gears
*"Wheels" (album), the debut album of
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wheels — noun /wiːlz/ a) An automobile or other vehicle , Like my new wheels? b) Well developed thigh muscles. , rolling 18 wheels … Wiktionary
wheels — Synonyms and related words: action, auto, autocar, automobile, boat, buggy, bus, car, clockworks, crate, drive train, gear, heap, innards, jalopy, machine, machinery, mechanism, motion, motor, motor vehicle, motorcar, motorized vehicle, movement … Moby Thesaurus
wheels — I Australian Slang pl n motor vehicle II Canadian Slang A vehicle, usually a car. Tire is usually used when referring to the actual wheels Where are your wheels parked? III Jamaican Slang Glossary Car. IV Rasta Dictionary vehicle … English dialects glossary
wheels — vehicle (car, truck etc.), set of wheels Jeff, can I borrow your wheels? My sister needs a ride to the mall … English idioms
wheels — n. a car; transportation by automobile. □ I gotta get some wheels pretty soon. □ I’ll need a ride. I don’t have any wheels … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions
wheels — n A car. I can t take my girlfriend out tonight because I don t have wheels. 1950s … Historical dictionary of American slang
wheels-up — Upside down, of a vehicle. Used when someone starts to drive her truck upside down while off roading (usually not intentional, and usually done by someone who has a truck so big the only thing bigger is her out of whack ego). The reason there are … Dictionary of american slang