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The example sentences of THE WHEELS TURN in videos (2 in total of 2)

the determiner wheels noun, plural turn verb, non-3rd person singular present up preposition or subordinating conjunction and coordinating conjunction then adverb should modal be verb, base form ready adjective to to roll verb, base form so adverb once adverb you personal pronoun do verb, non-3rd person singular present that preposition or subordinating conjunction then adverb you're proper noun, singular good adjective to to roll verb, base form
they personal pronoun bet verb, non-3rd person singular present all determiner their possessive pronoun money noun, singular or mass on preposition or subordinating conjunction red adjective , but coordinating conjunction as preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner wheels noun, plural turn verb, non-3rd person singular present , david proper noun, singular bets noun, plural back adverb on preposition or subordinating conjunction forth adverb on preposition or subordinating conjunction red adjective and coordinating conjunction black adjective ,

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What does "the wheels turn" mean?
"the wheels turn" is an English idiom. Meaning "Progress is being or continues to be made. Typically used in conjunction with verbs like "continue" or "keep.""

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poster child for

A person (usually an adult, not a child) who typifies or is the perfect exam ...

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family jewels

Male genitalia, especially the testicles. An allusion to the testes' role in ...

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