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mechanical engineering

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Mechanical
mechanical engineeringmeˌchanical engiˈneering noun [uncountable]  TEMthe study of the design and production of machines and toolsmechanical engineer noun [countable]
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mechanical engineeringThey were of various sizes and worked in the vehicle, aerospace, mechanical engineering and electronics industries.Low payers were public administration, wholesale distribution, metal manufacture and mechanical engineering.The next industry to adopt the technique widely is likely to be mechanical engineering.The first year at university I had a very steady boyfriend who was doing a similar course as me but mechanical engineering.The Group invested £1.5 million in the United Arab Emirates to establish two high quality mechanical engineering workshops.In the survey mentioned above, the health sector was second only to mechanical engineering in the proportion of employers experiencing difficulties.
From Longman Business Dictionarymechanical engineeringmeˌchanical engiˈneeringMANUFACTURING the design and building of machines and tools engineering
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