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mechanical engineering



  1. the branch of engineering concerned with the design, construction, and operation of machines and machinery

Derived Forms

mechanical engineer noun

Example Sentences Including 'mechanical engineering'

And mechanical engineering isn't going to help us much is it?
Christina Jones TICKLED PINK (2002)
But Paul, a Nortel veteran who works in the mechanical engineering division, said he wasn't too surprised by yesterday's news.
Globe and Mail (2004)
But your degree...' `The reason I did mechanical engineering is the reason I'm in Steeple Fritton.
Christina Jones TICKLED PINK (2002)
From Co Roscommon, Mr Beegan came to Dublin aged 15 to study mechanical engineering by scholarship.
Irish Times (2002)
He left the RAF in 1946 to study electrical and mechanical engineering at Faraday House in London.
Times, Sunday Times (2004)
In 1962, Datta left for England to study mechanical engineering at London's Lincoln College.
Business Today (1996)
Several cars and motor cycles of the period were provided to give students practical experience of mechanical engineering.
Bramson, Alan Pure Luck - the authorized biography of Sir Thomas Sopwith CBE
The tank is housed at the mechanical engineering department's research facility at Kings Buildings in south Edinburgh.
Glasgow Herald (2001)


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