Tall Gear

Technology / Motorcycle / Tall Gear: A gear that, compared to a short gear, results in lower engine RPM for a given road speed. A short gear is one with a low gear ratio, and a tall gear is one with a high gear ratio.

Other Words for Gear

Gear Noun Synonyms: equipment, apparatus, appliances, implements, tools, tackle, utensils, supplies, material(s), accessories, accoutrements or also accouterments, appurtenances, paraphernalia, panoply, outfit, trappings, fixtures, materiel
Gear Verb Synonyms: cog, cog-wheel, gearbox, mechanism, machinery, works
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Other Words for Tall

Tall Adjective Synonyms: lanky, gangling, rangy, leggy, long-legged, big, giant, huge, gigantic, large
Tall Noun Synonyms: high, towering, big, soaring, lofty, giant, gigantic, multi-storey
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Planetary Gear

Technology / Motorcycle / Planetary Gear: A gear system that consists of one or more outer gears (or planet gears), rotating about a central gear (or sun gear). Planet gears are often mounted on a movable arm or carrier which also may rotate MORE

Pedestalling

Technology / Television (TV) / Pedestalling: The raising or lowering of the camera on the vertical post of the camera support. Pedestal is also the term given to the moveable camera support (the shaft in the center of a dolly) used in studio tel MORE

Recrystallization

Science / Geology / Recrystallization: A solid state reaction in which the atoms of existing crystals within a rock are reorganized in response to heat and/or pressure. The recrystallized mineral grains are typically larger in size than th MORE

Secondary Stall

Technology / Aviation / Secondary Stall: Any stall resulting from pulling back too soon and too hard while recovering from any other stall. Usually a HIGH-SPEED or ACCELERATED STALL. MORE

Spur Gear

Business / Machine Shop / Spur Gear: A gear with teeth parallel to the axis of the shaft on which it is mounted. MORE

Metallurgy

Business / Machine Shop / Metallurgy: The science explaining the properties, behavior and internal structure of metals. MORE

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