mechanizable

Definitions

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  • adjective Capable of being mechanized.

Etymologies

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mechanize +‎ -able

Examples

  • Animal traction serves especially the purpose of reducing work peaks by means of mechanizable work operations, expanding the cropping area, making the work easier or facilitating the cultivation of heavy soils (e.g. river valley bottoms).

    1. Labour productivity and distribution

  • In addition, with modern telecommunications technology, many of the routine tasks of finance (including almost all the non-mechanizable parts of the back office, but also much research and document preparation) can be performed by well educated but lower paid employees in India or elsewhere.

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  • It is interesting that the profitability of motor mechanization in rainfed cropping in this region is only achieved with 35 ha of mechanizable cropping area (double-axle tractor, no vegetable cropping) (Klingensteiner,

    1. Labour productivity and distribution

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