What is another word for sprocket?

Pronunciation: [spɹˈɒkɪt] (IPA)

A sprocket is a toothed wheel that is used to transmit power or motion between two different parts of a mechanical system. Some synonyms for the word sprocket include gear, cog, wheel, pulley, and chainwheel. A gear is a similar device that also functions to transmit power between different components of a mechanical system, and it may be used interchangeably with the term sprocket in many contexts. A cog is another term that can be used to describe a sprocket or gear, and it is often used in reference to smaller parts within a larger mechanical apparatus. A wheel or pulley may also function similarly to a sprocket or gear, depending on the specific system in question. Finally, a chainwheel is a specific type of sprocket that is used in conjunction with a chain in order to transmit power between different components of a larger system.

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    • Verb, non-3rd person singular present
      gear.

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  • hyponyms for sprocket (as nouns)

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Usage examples for Sprocket

The Worm Gear Shaft is driven by a sprocket chain in the bead end.
"Illustrated Catalogue of Cotton Machinery"
Howard & Bullough American Machine Company, Ltd.
The speed of this shaft and consequently the speed of the traverse is increased or decreased by changing the sprocket Gear.
"Illustrated Catalogue of Cotton Machinery"
Howard & Bullough American Machine Company, Ltd.
The Wrights fitted their machine with two long-bladed wooden screws, or propellers, which by means of chains and sprocket-wheels, very like those of a bicycle, were driven by the engine, whose speed was about 1200 revolutions a minute.
"The Mastery of the Air"
William J. Claxton

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