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1. To leave or move out (of some place) on a wheeled vehicle or apparatus. He climbed into the car, put it into reverse, and wheeled out of the parking lot. She turned her wheelchair around and wheeled out before I could apologize.
2. To push someone or something into the room on a wheeled carrier or vehicle of some kind. A noun or pronoun can be used between "wheel" and "out." Doctors wheeled the patient out so she could take questions from the press about the extraordinary surgery. The architect wheeled out her design of the skyscraper she had designed for the city.
3. To push someone or something out of some place on a wheeled carrier or vehicle of some kind. A noun or pronoun is used between "wheel" and "out." I found it hard to navigate my wheelchair through so many people, so I had Jeff help wheel me out of the party. The demonstrators wheeled the prototype out of the conference room after the presentation concluded.
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To present someone or something, by or as if by wheeling them into view: The coach wheeled the star quarterback out for an interview. The company wheeled out charts supporting its claims.
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