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A part of a machine that bears friction, esp. between a rotating part and its housing
A ball bearing
A structural part that supports weight, such as a wall that supports a beam
The point at which a structural part rests upon a supporting structure, such as the specific area of a beam that rests upon a wall
The direction or position of something, or the direction of movement, relative to a fixed point. It is typically measured in degrees, usually with magnetic north as zero
the Point is on a bearing of 015°
Awareness of one's position relative to one's surroundings
he rose unsteadily to his feet and tried to get his bearings
A device or charge
The act, capability, or time of producing fruit or offspring
I gave myself up to the bearing of children
bearing(a): (of a structural member) withstanding a weight or strain
relevant relation or interconnection; "those issues have no bearing on our situation"
the direction or path along which something moves or along which it lies
dignified manner or conduct
carriage: characteristic way of bearing one's body; "stood with good posture"
charge: heraldry consisting of a design or image depicted on a shield
A bearing is a device to allow constrained relative motion between two or more parts, typically rotation or linear movement. ...
In marine navigation, a bearing is the direction one object is from another object, usually, the direction of an object from one's own vessel. In aircraft navigation, a bearing is the actual (corrected) compass direction of the forward course of the aircraft. ...
(Bearings (album)) Bearings is an album of acoustic instrumental rock music by Ronnie Montrose.
A mechanical device that supports another part and/or reduces friction; The horizontal angle between the direction of an object and that of true north; subject to variation and deviation when taken by a magnetic compass; Relevance; a relationship or connection; One's posture, demeanor, or ...
(Bearings) Turbochargers usually have one or two bearings in the bearing housing, which are composed of bronze. More modern designs use roller or, more recently, ceramic ball bearings. These newer designs can often spin up at rates up to 30% faster than old bushing-only models. ...
(Bearings) The two round things in the center of your wheel that allows it to spin.
(Bearings) defines direction based on the four cardinal directions (north, south, east & west.) A bearing is comprised of three elements 1) the north or south element, 2) the bearing angle, and 3) the east or west element. ...
(Bearings) The donut-shaped pieces that the bars pass through in the table are called bearings. The bearings are designed to reduce friction and allow easy movement of the bars.
(BEARINGS) ("fulcrum") - Pivot points used in all lever action handpumps to connect handles to the pump head.
(BEARINGS) Used to reduce friction and wear while supporting rotating elements. For a motor, it must provide a relatively rigid support for the output shaft. The bearing acts as the connection point between the rotating and stationary elements of a motor. ...
(Bearings) A machined or molded plastic ring used as a guide ring or wear ring in a hydraulic cylinder.
(Bearings) Either 6mm or 7mm in size, bearings are parts inside the gearbox that allow each gear to grasp the axle within the gearbox.
(Bearings) Encased greased ball bearings within the hub allow free-spinning wheels to attach to the trucks.
(Bearings) Holes drilled to accept the pivots of the gear-train.
(Bearings) Supports provided to locate a revolving or reciprocating shaft.
(Bearings) The fastenings at the places where the main load carrying members (beams or trusses) touch down on the abutments or piers. These are usually intended to allow some movement, including rotation and expansion or contraction. ...
(Bearings) The supports for rotating mechanical parts such as axles and wheels. They should have as little friction as possible so the axles or wheels can turn easily.
(Bearings) These reduce friction between moving and fixed parts.
(Bearings) heraldic device or figure borne in arms