- Upside down, of a vehicle. Used when someone starts to drive her truck upside down while off-roading(usually not intentional, and usually done by someone who has a truck so big the only thing bigger is her out of whack ego).The reason there are roll cages.
We're going wheels-up.
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Wheels — or WHEELS can refer to:*The plural of wheel. *Wheels nickname for, Michael Williams * Wheels (novel) , a novel by Arthur Hailey. *Wheels (band) on Warner Brothers Records UK opening act for numerous British bands such as Genesis on the Selling… … Wikipedia
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wheels — wheels·man; wheels; … English syllables
Wheels — «Хор» Колёса … Википедия
wheels — noun /wiːlz/ a) An automobile or other vehicle , Like my new wheels? b) Well developed thigh muscles. , rolling 18 wheels … Wiktionary
wheels — Synonyms and related words: action, auto, autocar, automobile, boat, buggy, bus, car, clockworks, crate, drive train, gear, heap, innards, jalopy, machine, machinery, mechanism, motion, motor, motor vehicle, motorcar, motorized vehicle, movement … Moby Thesaurus
wheels — I Australian Slang pl n motor vehicle II Canadian Slang A vehicle, usually a car. Tire is usually used when referring to the actual wheels Where are your wheels parked? III Jamaican Slang Glossary Car. IV Rasta Dictionary vehicle … English dialects glossary
wheels — vehicle (car, truck etc.), set of wheels Jeff, can I borrow your wheels? My sister needs a ride to the mall … English idioms
wheels — n. a car; transportation by automobile. □ I gotta get some wheels pretty soon. □ I’ll need a ride. I don’t have any wheels … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions
wheels — n A car. I can t take my girlfriend out tonight because I don t have wheels. 1950s … Historical dictionary of American slang