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mechanician Syllabification: mech·a·ni·cian
Pronunciation: /ˌmekəˈniSHən/

Definition of mechanician in English:

noun

A person skilled in the design or construction of machinery.
Example sentences
  • For whole-field velocity measurement, the method of choice by experimental fluid mechanicians has been the technique of Particle Image Velocimetry.
  • Seventeen applicants became officers, 48 received enlisted rank, and 5 became aviator mechanicians.
  • He worked for the New Zealand Post and Telegraph Department as an exchange operator, then a mechanician in the automatic telephone exchange, and later with a fire alarm company.

Words that rhyme with mechanician

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