from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who is skilled in mechanics or in machinery; one who is versed in the principles of machines or of mechanical construction.
- noun A mechanic; an artisan.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One skilled in the theory or construction of machines; a machinist.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun dated One skilled in the theory or construction of
- noun dated One skilled in building, using, or repairing machines, or who makes machines or
- noun dated One skilled in mechanics.
- noun dated A machinist.
- noun dated A scientifically trained practitioner.
- noun dated A mechanic.
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The universe for a mechanician is a machine that requires an operator; for chemistry — that fiendish employment of decomposing all things — the world is a gas endowed with the power of movement.
The universe for a mechanician is a machine that requires an operator; for chemistry -- that fiendish employment of decomposing all things -- the world is a gas endowed with the power of movement.
He was precise about only two things -- motor-timing and calling himself a "mechanician," not a
I have just typed "mechanician" into the search box.
Celestial mechanician wrote: how do you account for the Periodic Table that is made up of hydrogen like orbitals?
The mechanician was standing bolt upright, planted on both feet, like some victim dropped straight from the gibbet, when Raphael broke in upon him.
In fact, a quantum mechanician like Bohr would say that, in the absence of an experiment to determine them, these quantities have no existence at all.
“‘Ow long d’you give it, Sir?” said the mechanician, turning his white face a little.
The mechanician pressed her head down towards her feet.
The mechanician poured into three cups, one of which he brought to Eustace with a jug of milk and a basin of damp white sugar.