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  • noun Plural form of mech.

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Examples

  • It was what we called the mechs who dreamed away their lives, twitching and shuddering for weeks on end.

    Crashed

  • It was what we called the mechs who dreamed away their lives, twitching and shuddering for weeks on end.

    Crashed

  • As lethal weapons, the skitters also have what the humans call "mechs," which are big robots that emit a horrible horn sound like the much taller invaders in 2005's "War of the Worlds" and fry people with beams that shoot out of their heads.

    Hollow Points and Cream Puffs

  • As lethal weapons, the skitters also have what the humans call "mechs," which are big robots that emit a horrible horn sound like the much taller invaders in 2005's "War of the Worlds" and fry people with beams that shoot out of their heads.

    Hollow Points and Cream Puffs

  • “We prefer to be called mechs,” I told the interviewer.

    Wired

  • This last set of galleys are called mechs, short for mechanicals.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • This last set of galleys are called mechs, short for mechanicals.

    Definitions for the Perplexed: Proofs

  • The mechs are a lot of what's wrong with Lost Planet, but they're not all of it.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • The mechs are a lot of what's wrong with Lost Planet, but they're not all of it.

    Lost Planet

  • The mechs were a mechanical civilization that dominated this entire region of space.

    Furious Gulf

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