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Princeton's WordNet

  1. brake system, brakesnoun

    a braking device consisting of a combination of interacting parts that work to slow a motor vehicle

Wikipedia

  1. brakes

    A brake is a mechanical device that inhibits motion by absorbing energy from a moving system. It is used for slowing or stopping a moving vehicle, wheel, axle, or to prevent its motion, most often accomplished by means of friction.

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  1. brakes

    Brakes refer to a mechanical device or system that inhibits motion by absorbing energy from a moving system. They are generally used to stop or slow down moving vehicles by converting kinetic energy into heat, often through friction. They are an essential safety feature in automobiles, bicycles, aircraft, and many other types of machinery.

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  1. Brakes

    Brakes is a four member band from Brighton, England. The group formed in 2003. It consists of Eamon Hamilton, Thomas White, Marc Beatty, and Alex White.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of brakes in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of brakes in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of brakes in a Sentence

  1. Chrissy Abbott:

    Every time he broke or hit on the brakes, I would slam forward and then he'd start driving again, slam back the other way, i felt less than human, the way they treated you.

  2. Michael Brown:

    What we do know is there was a heavy braking event, which appears to be an aborted takeoff. So, we do know that the brakes were effectively working before the aircraft exited the runway, we have approximately 1200 feet of distinguishable heavy braking marks from the tires, looked like they were effectively trying to brake that aircraft.

  3. Holly Phillips:

    This checklist of 10 reasons your internal thermostat is out of whack can help you get a handle on why you're chronically freezing your butt off. You're too thin Low body weight — defined as a BMI hovering around 18.5 or under — can chill you out for a couple of reasons. First, when you're underweight, you lack an adequate level of body fat to insulate you from cold temperatures, explained Maggie Moon, RD, a Los Angeles – based nutritionist. The other thing is, to maintain that low BMI, you have to reduce your food intake so you likely aren't eating very much at all. Skimping on calories puts the brakes on your metabolism, so you don't create enough body heat. Consider putting on a few pounds by loading up on whole, healthy foods that contain lots of protein, fat, and complex carbohydrates. RELATED : Subtle Signs of Eating Disorders Your Thyroid is out of whack Add cold intolerance to the long list of health issues you can blame on the butterfly-shaped gland in your neck. Always being cold is a telltale sign of hypothyroidism, which means Your Thyroid doesn't secrete enough thyroid hormone.

  4. Kimberlee Robinson:

    I was taking it slow but apparently not slow enough and after I went to that corner I started slipping and did everything I thought I was supposed to, i tapped on the brakes, tried to steer into the skid but we started to slide off.

  5. Mark Zandi:

    The harder the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia steps on the brakes, the higher the probability the car seizes up and the economy goes into recession.

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