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me·chan·ic

 (mĭ-kăn′ĭk)
n.
A worker skilled in making, using, or repairing machines, vehicles, and tools.

[From Middle English, mechanical, from Old French mecanique, from Latin mēchanicus, from Greek mēkhanikos, from mēkhanē, machine, device; see magh- in Indo-European roots.]

me·chan′ic adj.

mechanic

(mɪˈkænɪk)
n
1. (Professions) a person skilled in maintaining or operating machinery, motors, etc
2. (Mechanical Engineering) a person skilled in maintaining or operating machinery, motors, etc
3. (Professions) archaic a common labourer
[C14: from Latin mēchanicus, from Greek mēkhanikos, from mēkhanē machine]

me•chan•ic

(məˈkæn ɪk)

n.
1. a person who repairs machinery.
2. a worker skilled in the use of tools and equipment.
[1350–1400; Middle English: mechanical < Latin mēchanicus < Greek mēchanikós]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.mechanic - a craftsman skilled in operating machine toolsmechanic - a craftsman skilled in operating machine tools
artisan, journeyman, artificer, craftsman - a skilled worker who practices some trade or handicraft
2.mechanic - someone whose occupation is repairing and maintaining automobilesmechanic - someone whose occupation is repairing and maintaining automobiles
maintenance man, repairman, service man - a skilled worker whose job is to repair things
Adj.1.mechanic - resembling the action of a machine; "from blank to blank a threadless way I pushed mechanic feet"- Emily Dickenson
mechanical - using (or as if using) mechanisms or tools or devices; "a mechanical process"; "his smile was very mechanical"; "a mechanical toy"

mechanic

noun engineer, technician, repairman, grease monkey (informal) I think you should take the car to your mechanic.
Translations
عامِل ميكانيكيمِيكَانِيكِيّ
mechanik
mekaniker
mekaanikko
mehaničar
gépészműszerész
vélvirki
機械工
기계공
mašinaliaimašinalusmašinųmechanikamechaninis
mehāniķis
mehanik
mekaniker
ช่างเครื่อง
thợ máy

mechanic

[mɪˈkænɪk] Nmecánico/a m/f

mechanic

[mɪˈkænɪk] n (also car mechanic) → mécanicien(ne) m/f
He's a mechanic → Il est mécanicien.

mechanic

nMechaniker(in) m(f)

mechanic

[mɪˈkænɪk] nmeccanico
motor mechanic → motorista m

mechanic

(miˈkӕnik) noun
a skilled worker who repairs or maintains machinery.
meˈchanical adjective
1. having to do with machines. mechanical engineering.
2. worked or done by machinery. a mechanical sweeper.
3. done etc without thinking, from force of habit. a mechanical action.
meˈchanically adverb
meˈchanics noun singular
1. the science of the action of forces on objects. He is studying mechanics.
2. the art of building machines. He applied his knowledge of mechanics to designing a new wheelchair.
noun plural
the ways in which something works or is applied. the mechanics of the legal system.
ˈmechanism (ˈme-) noun
a (usually small) piece of machinery. a watch mechanism.
ˈmechanize, ˈmechanise (ˈme-) verb
1. to introduce machinery into (an industry etc). We've mechanized the entire process.
2. to supply (troops) with motor vehicles.
ˌmechaniˈzation, ˌmechaniˈsation noun

mechanic

مِيكَانِيكِيّ mechanik mekaniker Mechaniker μηχανικός mecánico mekaanikko mécanicien mehaničar meccanico 機械工 기계공 werktuigkundige mekaniker mechanik mecânico механик mekaniker ช่างเครื่อง tamirci thợ máy 技工

mechanic

n. mecánico-a.