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wheelchair 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/ˈ(h)wēlˌCHe(ə)r/,
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wheelchairs, plural;
  1. A chair built on wheels for an invalid or disabled person, pushed by another person or propelled by the occupant, or motorized


  1. a movable chair mounted on large wheels; for invalids or those who cannot walk; frequently propelled by the occupant
  2. A wheelchair is a chair with wheels, designed to be a replacement for walking. The device comes in variations where it's propelled by motors or by the seated occupant turning the rear wheels by hand. Often there are handles behind the seat for someone else to do the pushing. ...
  3. A wheelchair on hydrogen is a wheeled mobility device in which the user sits, power-assisted by an electric motor that gets its electricity from a fuel cell.
  4. The International Symbol of Access (ISA), also known as the (International) Wheelchair Symbol, consists of a blue square overlaid in white with a stylized image of a person using a wheelchair. ...
  5. Homestar Runner is a Flash animated Internet cartoon. It mixes surreal humor with references to 1970s, '80s, and '90s pop culture, notably video games, classic television, and popular music.
  6. (WHEELCHAIRS) Hand name when a player is dealt a 5-5.
  7. (Wheelchairs) Ships have varying degrees of wheelchair access but most contemporary ones are (and have to be by law) very good. Book a disabled access cabin well in advance as they go fast,
  8. The height of the seat must not exceed 21" from the floor. The height of the foot platform or first point of contact must be no more than 4 7/8" from the floor. ...
  9. Wheelchairs help a person move about without using their legs, and are available in both manual and powered versions.
  10. a chair with wheels to assist someone who is unable to walk
  11. (1) (2h)[1], POs > signer, FOs ><, circle. (2) (2h)[A], POs down, FOs away, move forwards several times while opening to (2h)[5].
  12. Athletes with spinal cord injuries and other disabilities that require them to compete in a wheelchair.
  13. Mobility aid, designed for and used by individuals with mobility impairments; may be manually operated or motorized.
  14. Seat, mounted on wheels allowing a person with a disability or mobility impairment to move.