What Is a Sprocket?

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A sprocket is a wheel with teeth that meshes with a track, chain or other indented or perforated material. Sprockets are used in motorcycles, bicycles, tracked vehicles and other machinery to transmit rotary motion between two shafts where gears are unsuitable.
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Sprockets are the toothed wheels that the chain run over.
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A sprocket is a toothed wheel whose teeth engage something in order to move it, such as a bike
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sprocket: roller that has teeth on the rims to pull film or paper through; thin wheel with teeth that engage with a chain; tooth on the rim of gear wheel
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sprock·et
[sprok-it]
NOUN
1.
Carpentry. a wedge-shaped piece of wood extending a sloping roof over the eaves with a flatter pitch.
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