1 [transitive always + adverb/preposition]
to push something that has wheels somewhere:
Kate wheeled her bike into the garage.
to move someone or something that is in or on something that has wheels:
Two nurses were wheeling him into the operating theatre.
if birds or planes wheel, they fly around in circles
to turn around suddenly
She wheeled around and started yelling at us.
to do a lot of complicated and sometimes dishonest deals, especially in politics or business
wheel somebody/something ↔ in/outphrasal verb
Then the prosecution wheeled in a surprise witness.
The government wheeled out the same old arguments to support its election campaign.