rack and pinion

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rack and pinion (plural rack and pinions or racks and pinions)

  1. A pair of gears, consisting of a circular pinion that engages with the teeth of a flat bar, that converts rotational into linear motion; used in the steering mechanism of cars, and in some railways

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