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1. To arrive in(to some place) on a wheeled vehicle. We wheeled in around 2 AM, so there wasn't a single place still open where we could get food. The kids wheeled in on their bicycles just before dinner was ready.
2. To drive or maneuver a wheeled vehicle or apparatus into something or some place. A noun or pronoun can be used between "wheel" and "in." You can wheel that cart in here when you're not using it. They wheeled in the dolly and left it beside the truck.
3. To transport someone or something into something or some place on a wheeled vehicle or apparatus. A noun or pronoun can be used between "wheel" and "in." We wheeled in the goods on a dolly. His friends stuck him in a shopping cart and wheeled him in.
See also: wheel
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