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Translation of "mechanic" - English-Spanish dictionary

mechanic

noun /miˈkӕnik/
a skilled worker who repairs or maintains machinery mecánico a garage mechanic. mechanical adjective having to do with machines mecánico mechanical engineering. worked or done by machinery mecánico a mechanical sweeper. done etc without thinking, from force of habit mecánico After you’ve been driving for a while, many of your actions will become mechanical. mechanically adverb mecánicamente mechanics noun singular the science of the action of forces on objects mecánica He is studying mechanics at college. the art of building machines mecánica He applied his knowledge of mechanics to designing a new wheelchair. mechanism /ˈme-/ noun a (usually small) piece of machinery mecanismo a watch mechanism. mechanize /ˈme-/ verb ( (also mechaniseBritish)) to introduce machinery into (an industry etc) mecanizar We’ve mechanized the entire manufacturing process. to supply (troops) with motor vehicles. mecanizar mechanization noun ( (also mechanisationBritish)) mecanización
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 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…
(Definition of mechanic from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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