Tire in a sentence as a noun

So does my car have a tire tax, just because it comes with tires on it?

Wheel or tire damage can bring down an airliner.

Knowing how to change a tire on a car is a useful skill, but it's not appropriate for a math course.

I don't know how common the "tire guard" featured in the video is, but it seems like a damned good idea.

Well, that driver doesn't even have insurance, let alone money to fix their balding tires.

The kids are OK. They'll be messed up a lot more by college loans and Social Security for baby boomers than by tire sensors.

All-season tires are much harder in cold temperatures.

Every American should probably be able to change a tire.

I strongly recommend running a set of good snow tires, no matter whether you have an AWD Subaru or a 4x4 truck or a FWD Corolla.

> Titan had to pay millions to Washington lawyers to sue the Chinese tire companies because of their subsidizing.

Tire in a sentence as a verb

I believe the US air force did extensive studies on this back in the 60's and found that tire ware from spinup only accounted for ~<10% of overall wear on the tires.

The only energy input is the experimenter repeatedly moving the magnet from the bottom to the top of the pipe, and this simple movement probably won't tire him out. He could, indeed, do it all day.

Once the plane is stopped, it has to wait isolated at the taxiway because there are temperature plugs at the tires that may blow out, nobody can get close during that time.

"Moreover, any visit to a non-Tesla shop--even for something as simple as tire rotation--will also void the warranty.

Normally perfectly well adjusted people turn into tire-iron wielding maniacs.

I tire of breathless articles, but unfortunately we are living in a time where multiple interested parties are all trying to use their political power to control what we see, read, think, and share.

This means that instead of having bursts of super productivity followed by weeks/months of tiredness or simple "Meh, that's not interesting" I can trod along, putting one foot in front of the next, with a consistent pace.

The country has demonstrated itself well able to simply absorb and tire out attackers by going back into the ample available space, safe in the knowledge that if they could somehow overcome the horrendous logistical challenges, they'd be so weak by the time winter came that it woudln't matter anyway.

I've had the same experience the past few years with car maintenance.- I can find any owner's manual online.- I can find detailed instructions for any type of repair in written form or in a Youtube video.- There are free online courses for anything from changing a tire to becoming a full-fledged mechanic.- I can find and order any part of my car at wholesale prices.- The same diagnostic software that repair shops use can be downloaded for free.

We should also be teaching how to change a tire, how to cook basic nutritious meals, personal finance, etc..“A human being should be able to change a diaper, plan an invasion, butcher a hog, conn a ship, design a building, write a sonnet, balance accounts, build a wall, set a bone, comfort the dying, take orders, give orders, cooperate, act alone, solve equations, analyze a new problem, pitch manure, program a computer, cook a tasty meal, fight efficiently, die gallantly.

Tire definitions


hoop that covers a wheel; "automobile tires are usually made of rubber and filled with compressed air"

See also: tyre


lose interest or become bored with something or somebody; "I'm so tired of your mother and her complaints about my food"

See also: pall weary fatigue jade


exhaust or get tired through overuse or great strain or stress; "We wore ourselves out on this hike"


deplete; "exhaust one's savings"; "We quickly played out our strength"

See also: exhaust


cause to be bored

See also: bore