mechanic

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İngilizce - Türkçe
tamirci

Tamirci onarımın uzun sürmeyeceğini söyledi. - The mechanic said the repair would not take long.

Sen çok iyi bir tamirci değilsin. - You're not a very good mechanic.

makine ile yapılan
mekanik

Tom bir mekanik deha. - Tom is a mechanical genius.

Orrery, Güneş Sistemi'nin mekanik bir modelidir. - Orrery is a mechanic model of the Solar System.

makinaya ait
makineye ait
{i} makinist

Tom bir makinist olmak istedi. - Tom wanted to be a mechanic.

{i} motor tamircisi
makina ustası
el sanatlarına ait
(Askeri) MAKİNİST: Makinistliği sanat edinmiş olan ve her türlü makina hizmetlerini yapabilen usta
makineli
mekanikçi
{i} makineci
{i} araba tamircisi

Tom bir araba tamircisidir. - Tom is a car mechanic.

Tom bir araba tamircisiydi. - Tom used to be a car mechanic.

teknisyen

Sami, Leyla'nın özel teknisyeni olarak çalıştı. - Sami worked as Layla's private mechanic.

makine işçisi
mekanik teknisyen
mechanic engineer
mekanik mühendisi
mechanic brake
(Otomotiv) mekanik fren
mechanic's lien
(Politika, Siyaset) inşaatçı ipoteği
mechanic's lien
(Politika, Siyaset) inşaat ipoteği
mechanics
i., fiz. mekanik
mechanics
makine bilimi
mechanics
mekanik bilimi
car mechanic
otomobil tamircisi
car mechanic
araç mekaniği
radio mechanic
radyo tamircisi
air mechanic
uçak makinisti
airplane and engine mechanic
(Askeri) TAYYARE VE MOTOR MAKİNİSTİ: Bir tayyare ve motorunun veya bir tayyare takılmış teçhizatın üzerinde, telsiz veya alet onarımı hariç, ihtisasa ihtiyaç göstermeyen herhangi bir bakım işlemini yapan teknisyen. Bu teknisyenin görevleri arasında, tayyarenin muayene ve hizmete hazırlanması da vardır
artillery mechanic
(Askeri) KAMACI: Topçu birliklerindeki toplar üzerinde onarım yapan, bunları muayene eden ve bakımlarıyla meşgul olan kimse
artillery mechanic
(Askeri) kamacı
can you send a mechanic
tamirci yollar mısınız
car mechanic
araç mekaniği,otomobil tamircisi
flight mechanic
uçuş teknisyeni
mechanics
cisimlerin devimleriyle ilgili olayları inceleyen bilim
mechanics
{i} hareket bilimi
mechanics
teknik
mechanics
mekanik

Biz mekanik hakkında tutkuluyuz. - We are passionate about mechanics.

mechanics
makina ilmi
mechanics
(Tıp) Kuvvetlerin cisimler üzerindeki etkisinden ve hareketinden bahseden bilim dalı, mekanik
motor vehicle mechanic badge
(Askeri) MOTORLU ARAÇ MAKİNİST BRÖVESİ: Bir motorlu araç makinistinin belirli testleri ve bir yıllık makinistlik görevini tamamladığını belirten madeni bröve
theoretical mechanic
teorik mekanik
theoretical mechanic
kuramsal işleybilimi
vehicle mechanic
taşıt motor onarımcısı
İngilizce - İngilizce
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
{n} an artificer, a handicraftsman
someone whose occupation is repairing and maintaining automobiles
into any kind of structure, machine, or other object, requiring the use of tools, or instruments
a craftsman skilled in operating machine tools
Having to do with the application of the laws of motion in the art of constructing or making things; of or pertaining to mechanics; mechanical; as, the mechanic arts
resembling the action of a machine; "from blank to blank a threadless way I pushed mechanic feet"- Emily Dickenson
{i} skilled repairman of cars or machines
The mechanics of a process, system, or activity are the way in which it works or the way in which it is done. What are the mechanics of this new process?
The art of the application of the laws of motion or force to construction
A mechanic is someone whose job is to repair and maintain machines and engines, especially car engines. If you smell gas fumes or burning, take the car to your mechanic
Base
Mechanics is the part of physics that deals with the natural forces that act on moving or stationary objects. He has not studied mechanics or engineering
A mechanician; an artisan; an artificer; one who practices any mechanic art; one skilled or employed in shaping and uniting materials, as wood, metal, etc
Of or pertaining to a mechanic or artificer, or to the class of artisans; hence, rude; common; vulgar
mechanic arts
weaving, blacksmithing, war, navigation, agriculture, hunting, medicine, and the ars theatrica
mechanic arts
In the 19th century, this referred to engineering and other mechanical fields of expertise (comparable to performing arts and the fine arts)
mechanic's lien
lien to secure payment for work and materials in erecting or repairing a building or other structure
auto mechanic
A person skilled in repairing and maintaining automobiles and other motor vehicles
mechanic.
mech
mechanics
Spelling and punctuation
mechanics
plural form of mechanic
mechanics
The branch of physics that deals with the action of forces on material objects with mass
mechanics
the branch of physics that treats the phenomena caused by the action of forces
mechanics
{n} the science or laws of force, or of machinery to apply force
A mechanic
mechanical
A mechanic
mechanician
aircraft mechanic
person trained to repair aircraft
automobile mechanic
someone whose occupation is repairing and maintaining automobiles
automobile mechanic
one who services and repairs automobiles
master mechanic
head mechanic, chief machinery worker
mechanics
In the discussion of the skills-learning process, the common or objective factors underlying the choice of a method for resolving a task The outer-world component of skills, as opposed to the inner-world components made up by the subjective approaches to the skill In scientism, the mechanics affecting a task are often ignored, as they are considered to be implicit in the method
mechanics
referring to space, energy, objects and time When something has those things in it, it constitutes something mechanical
mechanics
The study of objects in motion and the forces that produce the motion
mechanics
Science of the action of forces on material bodies. It forms a central part of all physical science and engineering. Beginning with Newton's laws of motion in the 17th century, the theory has since been modified and expanded by the theories of quantum mechanics and relativity. Newton's theory of mechanics, known as classical mechanics, accurately represented the effects of forces under all conditions known in his time. It can be divided into statics, the study of equilibrium, and dynamics, the study of motion caused by forces. Though classical mechanics fails on the scale of atoms and molecules, it remains the framework for much of modern science and technology. celestial mechanics fluid mechanics quantum mechanics soil mechanics statistical mechanics
mechanics
the branch of physics concerned with the motion of bodies in a frame of reference
mechanics
Punctuation Correct use of the following: colons commas in dates, series, addresses commas around interrupters (including but not limited to appositives) commas and semicolons in sentence types commas with certain clauses apostrophes in possessives quotation marks and comma with dialogue quotation marks and underlining for titles Capitalization Correct capitalization of the following: proper nouns and adjectives academic subjects and classes correctly (e g , history, sophomore) title of works
mechanics
– the branch of physics that deals with the kinetics and dynamics of macroscopic (large-scale) objects
mechanics
The repetitive physical process of throwing the dice in precision shooting
mechanics
The design and construction of machines
mechanics
(n) An area of applied physics which, at a macro level, deals with the response of bodies (parts) to the action of forces, and, at the micro level, with the response of materials
mechanics
That branch of physics dealing with the action of forces on bodies which includes kinetics and statics
mechanics
That science, or branch of applied mathematics, which treats of the action of forces on bodies
mechanics
the technical aspects of doing something; "a mechanism of social control"; "mechanisms of communication"; "the mechanics of prose style"
mechanics
{i} branch of applied mathematics, study of the movement of bodies and forces; study of machines; technical workings or details of a particular thing
mechanic

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    mıkänîk

    Telaffuz

    /məˈkanək/ /məˈkænɪk/

    Etimoloji

    [ mi-ka-nik ] (adjective.) 14th century. 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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