lug

lug
[1] To cause the engine to labor by failing to shift to a lower gear when necessary. The British term is "labour."
[2] A protrusion on an object.
[3] A sleeve into which bicycle frame tubes are inserted to form a joint.
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[3] An external metal sleeve that holds two or more tubes together at the joints of a frame.
[4] A device mounted on a rotating shaft or component that engages in a recess of a component to be driven.
[5] A solid block of tread on a tire.
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