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< Middle English mechanike (mechanic art) < Old French mecanique < Latin mechanicus (of or belonging to machines or mechanics, inventive) < Ancient Greek μηχανικός (pertaining to machines or contrivance, mechanic, ingenious, inventive) < μηχανή (a machine, contrivance); see machine.

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Mechanic

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Mechanics

Mechanic (plural Mechanics)
  1. A skilled worker capable of building or repairing machinery. A mechanic can be compared to a technician, the distinction being that the technician is stronger in theory, the mechanic stronger in hands-on experience.

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