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mechanic

noun
 
 
/mɪˈkænɪk/
[C] someone whose job is repairing vehicles and other machines: A team of engineers and mechanics help manufacture the machines used on assembly lines. a car/motor/aircraft mechanic
mechanics [U] the study of the effect of physical forces on objects and their movement: He is a professor of engineering, science and mechanics. [plural] the way something works or happens: I'm not interested in the mechanics of the advertising campaign.
Translations of “mechanic”
in Arabic مِيكانيكي…
in Korean 정비공…
in Malaysian mekanik…
in French mécanicien/-ienne…
in Turkish tamirci, teknisyen…
in Italian meccanico, -a…
in Chinese (Traditional) 工作, 技師, 機工…
in Russian механик…
in Polish mechanik…
in Vietnamese thợ máy…
in Spanish mecánico…
in Portuguese mecânico, -a…
in Thai ช่างเครื่อง…
in German der Mechaniker…
in Catalan mecànic, -a…
in Japanese 修理工…
in Indonesian montir…
in Chinese (Simplified) 工作, 机工, 机修工…
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