Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- So geared that the power is brought back to a shaft concentric with the driving-shaft, or parallel to it, but turning at a different speed.
- adj. (of a lathe) equipped with gearing for reducing the speed of the spindle from that of the driving pulley
“Power is supplied by a back-geared electric motor at the base of the machine.”
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