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mechanical engineering

the branch of engineering dealing with the design and production of machinery.
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mechanical engineer, noun Unabridged
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  • mechanical engineering is a profession whose medium of endeavor lies in the metals.

    Opportunities in Engineering Charles M. Horton
  • As is seen above, the course of instruction in mechanical engineering includes some trade education.

  • No other branch so overlaps the other branches as does mechanical engineering.

    Opportunities in Engineering Charles M. Horton
  • These three steps form part of a two years' course in mechanical engineering, the tuition fee to which is $125 yearly.

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  • A locomotive engine driven by a concealed rat was one of his next juvenile feats in mechanical engineering.

  • Possibly a slightly better knowledge of mechanical engineering is required for making public opinion, but the process is the same.

    The Behavior of Crowds Everett Dean Martin
  • This work covers the entire practice of Civil and mechanical engineering.

    Aviation Engines Victor Wilfred Pag
  • It seems to have comprised parts of dynamics, mechanical engineering and applied chemistry.

    James Geikie Marion I. Newbigin
British Dictionary definitions for mechanical engineering

mechanical engineering

the branch of engineering concerned with the design, construction, and operation of machines and machinery
Derived Forms
mechanical engineer, noun
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mechanical engineering in Science
mechanical engineering  
The branch of engineering that specializes in the design, production, and uses of machines. The physics of mechanics is widely used in mechanical engineering.
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