LaFever had almost made it to the lake, but slowly had to jettison all of his gear as he got weaker.
Exactly how many game losses did Mike Yikealo have to watch to gear up for wiping out 10 TVs in under eight seconds?
The fragile peace in Ukraine is being threatened by an influx of gear and armed men.
Invisible Children can take much of the credit for applying enough pressure on lawmakers to get their acts in gear.
Our driver glances at us in the rearview mirror and nods before dropping the faded red Toyota Hilux into first gear.
"As soon as we get the rest of this gear stowed," Tom replied.
"Wait until I throw in the other gear," he added to his cronies in a low voice.
She was very light for her size, and we had all her gear in her already.
But as the gear was out, turning on the electric current had a different effect.
The pitch of gear wheel teeth when measured around the pitch circle.
c.1200, "fighting equipment," probably from Old Norse gervi "apparel," related to gerr "ready," and gerva "make ready," from Proto-Germanic *garwin- (cf. Old English gearwe "clothing, equipment, ornament;" Old High German garawi "clothing, dress," garawen "to make ready;" German gerben "to tan"). Meaning "toothed wheel in machinery" first attested 1520s. Slang for "male sex organs" from 1670s. British adjective slang sense of "stylish, excellent" first recorded 1951, from earlier that's the gear, expression of approval, 1925.
c.1200, "to equip oneself for fighting; dress," probably from gear (n.). Related: Geared; gearing.
A wheel with teeth around its rim that mesh with the teeth of another wheel to transmit motion. Gears are used to transmit power (as in a car transmission) or change the direction of motion in a mechanism (as in a differential axle). Fixed ratios of speed in various parts of a machine is often established by the arrangement of gears.