Definition of brake drum in English:

brake drum

Syllabification: brake drum

noun

A broad, very short cylinder attached to a wheel, against which the brake shoes press in a drum brake.
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  • This is particularly troubling because the recalls affect a combined total of over 351,000 vehicles, including 260,390 in which there is a possibility of rear wheel and brake drum assemblies separating from vehicles.
  • The man was driving on the M62 at Pontefract on Monday morning when a wheel, together with brake drum and tyre, came off his lorry.
  • The brake pad and brake shoe are movable from a disengaged position, where the brake pad is spaced apart from the brake drum to an engaged position, where the pad is in forcible engagement with the brake drum.

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