wheeled

[ hweeld, weeld ]
/ ʰwild, wild /

adjective

equipped with or having wheels (often used in combination): a four-wheeled carriage.
moving or traveling on wheels: wheeled transportation.

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Origin of wheeled

First recorded in 1600–10; wheel + -ed3

Definition for wheeled (2 of 2)

wheel
[ hweel, weel ]
/ ʰwil, wil /

noun

verb (used with object)

verb (used without object)

Origin of wheel

before 900; (noun) Middle English whel(e), Old English hwēol, hweohl; cognate with Dutch wiel, Old Norse hjōl; akin to Greek kýklos (see cycle); (v.) Middle English, derivative of the noun

OTHER WORDS FROM wheel

wheel·less, adjectiveun·der·wheel, nounun·wheel, verb (used with object)
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British Dictionary definitions for wheeled (1 of 2)

wheeled
/ (wiːld) /

adjective

  1. having or equipped with a wheel or wheels
  2. (in combination)four-wheeled

British Dictionary definitions for wheeled (2 of 2)

wheel
/ (wiːl) /

noun

verb

See also wheels

Derived forms of wheel

wheel-less, adjective

Word Origin for wheel

Old English hweol, hweowol; related to Old Norse hvēl, Greek kuklos, Middle Low German wēl, Dutch wiel
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Idioms and Phrases with wheeled

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