Meaning: the branch of physics concerned with the motion of bodies in a frame of reference
Meaning: the technical aspects of doing something; "a mechanism of social control"; "mechanisms of communication"; "the mechanics of prose style"
Fifty were quickly built and fully described in advertising for mechanics.
He filled in well enough--he had a lot of talents--great on mechanics and electricity.
With the same tools not one in a thousand of our skilled mechanics could do as good work.
When you have mastered the mechanics of speech outlined in the next few chapters you will no longer be troubled with monotony.
When their weary years of servitude were over, if they survived, they might obtain land of their own or settle as free mechanics in the towns.
An interesting sidelight on the mechanics of orthodoxy is that Mr. Jenyns dutifully records the second fall, but ignores it in his explanation.
It took two expert mechanics half a day to dissemble it into its minutest parts and remove it, which only goes to prove the rare energy of sophomore humor under efficient leadership.
It was found impossible to keep mechanics on account of indifferent residential accommodations afforded by the tiny village, remote from civilization, among the central mountains of New Jersey.
Such a method of increasing one's control over the forces of the world requires only superior strength, no special intelligence in mechanics, and is thus one of the first crude devices in a primitive civilization.
I am interested in every department of science, arts, and manufacture. I read all the time on astronomy, chemistry, biology, physics, music, metaphysics, mechanics, and other branches--political economy, electricity, and, in fact, all things that are making for progress in the world.