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  1. mechanics

    • IPA[məˈkaniks]

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    • plural
      the branch of applied mathematics dealing with motion and forces producing motion;machinery as a subject; engineering
    • noun: mechanics, plural noun: mechanics

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    • plural
    • 1. the branch of applied mathematics dealing with motion and forces producing motion:

      the laws of mechanics and electricity predicted that the electrons would spiral inward until they collided with the nucleus

    • 2. machinery as a subject; engineering:

      skills like carpentry, motor mechanics, and electrics

    • 3. the machinery or working parts of something:

      he looks at the mechanics of a car before the bodywork

    • 4. the way in which something is done or operated; the practicalities or details of something:

      the mechanics of cello playing

    • n. a skilled worker who repairs and maintains vehicle engines and other machinery:

    • a car mechanic

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    • n. a person who repairs and maintains machinery:

    • a car mechanic

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    • plural the branch of theoretical astronomy that deals with the calculation of the motions of celestial objects such as planets.

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    • plural the branch of science concerned with the properties and behavior of soil as they affect its use in civil engineering.

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    • plural a method of analysis of the behaviour of atomic phenomena with particles represented by wave equations.

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    • plural the branch of theoretical astronomy that deals with the calculation of the motions of celestial objects such as planets.

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    • plural the branch of mechanics that deals with the mathematical description of the motion and interaction of subatomic particles, incorporating the concepts of quantization of energy, wave–particle duality, the uncertainty principle, and the correspondence principle.

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    • plural a method of analysis of the behavior of atomic phenomena with particles represented by wave equations.

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    • IPA[mɪˈkanɪks]

    英式

    • plur.
      the branch of applied mathematics dealing with motion and forces producing motion:
    • the laws of mechanics and electricity predicted that the electrons would spiral inward until they collided with the nucleus

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