Gear (disambiguation)

Gear (disambiguation)

Gear is a toothed wheel designed to transmit torque to another gear or toothed component.

Gear and similar may also refer to:

Mechanisms

:"See template at foot of this page"
* Gearbox
* Gear ratio
* Gear shift, in automotive terms, one of a series of pre-set rotation mechanisms for a manual transmission
* The Landing gear of an aircraft is often spoken as just "gear" by those in the aviation industry, or with aviation knowledge.
* Pinion
* Spiral bevel gear
* Sprocket, a type of gear used to drive a Roller chain

Entertainment

* Gear (graphic novel), written by Doug Tennapel and later made into a TV show called "Catscratch"
* Gear (comics), a DC comics superhero
* Gear (Static Shock), a DCAU superhero
* Gear (magazine), an international men's magazine
* Gears (Transformers), a character in the Transformers universe

Video games

* Gears, types of mecha in the "Xenogears" and "Metal Gear (series)" video games, as well as the Heavy Gear universe
* Gears, a type of biomechanical or mystical creature in the video games series Guilty Gear
* Gears of War, a popular Xbox 360 game
* Aircrafts are known as Gears in Ace Online

Computing

* Gears (software) (formerly Google Gears), a browser plug-in from Google that enables development of off-line browser applications

Other

* Gear, a slang term for equipment or apparel, particularly for motorcycle safety clothing, musical equipment and cargo
* Gear, a UK slang for illegal narcotics
* Gearing, an alternate name for leverage (finance) within a financial context

ee also

* Top Gear, disambiguation


Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.

Игры ⚽ Нужен реферат?

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Metal Gear (disambiguation) — For gear made of metal, see gear. Metal Gear (series) is a series of video games. Metal Gear may also refer to: Metal Gear (weapon), bipedal tanks appearing in the Metal Gear series Metal Gear video game series Metal Gear, a NES/Famicom and MSX2… …   Wikipedia

  • Gear — For the gear like device used to drive a roller chain, see Sprocket. This article is about mechanical gears. For other uses, see Gear (disambiguation). Two meshing gears transmitting rotational motion. Note that the smaller gear is rotating… …   Wikipedia

  • Metal Gear — This article is about the series. For the video game, see Metal Gear (video game). For other meanings and components of the series, see Metal Gear (disambiguation). Metal Gear The Metal Gear Solid logo used for The Twin Snakes, Sons of Liberty,… …   Wikipedia

  • Metal Gear (video game) — This article is about the 1987 video game,. For the entire video game series, see Metal Gear. For other uses, see Metal Gear (disambiguation). Metal Gear The cover illustration depicts the protagonist Solid Snake prominently, with the …   Wikipedia

  • Top Gear (magazine) — This article is about the magazine. For other uses of Top Gear, see Top Gear (disambiguation) Top Gear is an automobile magazine published by BBC Worldwide, and named after the BBC s Top Gear television show. It was first published in October… …   Wikipedia

  • Top Gear (radio show) — This article is about the radio show, for other uses of Top Gear see Top Gear (disambiguation) Top Gear was originally a short lived pop music show on the BBC Light Programme in the mid 1960s. It was one of the Corporation s few attempts to… …   Wikipedia

  • Michael Gear — may refer to: Michael Gear (bishop) (born 1934), English bishop Michael Gear (cricketer) (born 1945), English cricketer W. Michael Gear (born 1955), American writer …   Wikipedia

  • May (disambiguation) — As a proper noun, May is a month of the year; may is also a verbal auxiliary. May or MAY can also refer to: Contents 1 People 2 Places …   Wikipedia

  • List of Metal Gear characters — The Metal Gear franchise features a large number of fictional characters. The series canon comprises (not including re releases and remakes) Metal Gear (MG) and Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake (MG2) for the MSX2, Metal Gear Solid (MGS) for the… …   Wikipedia

  • Metal Gear (weapon) — For the series named after the weapon, see Metal Gear. For the original video game titled Metal Gear, see Metal Gear (video game). From left to right: Metal Gear TX 55, Metal Gear D, and Metal Gear REX. Metal Gear (メタルギア …   Wikipedia

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”