- to put a spoke in somebody's wheel (British English) [colloquial]fastidiarle los planes a alguien [colloquial]Example sentences
- A large, open circle at the front connects with an outside wheel by means of spokes, some straight and some angled, which have been painted yellow, orange, green or black.
- China may only have blunt weapons with which to handle overheating - the economic equivalent of pushing a walking stick into the spokes of a bicycle's front wheel.
- It was in this act of destruction, where the spokes of the bicycle splintered off, that I came to know the material.
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