An apparatus using mechanical power and having several parts, each with a definite function and together performing a particular task
a special pincer machine for this work
A machine for supplying air or compressed air, especially one used for ventilating enclosed spaces, as in a mine, ship, etc.
A computer aid used by human translators, especially a program which performs straightforward translation tasks (as distinct from a completely automatic translation program).
A man who operates a machine (especially a printing machine).
A man who acts mechanically, an automaton; (usually in plural men-machines).
A machine for making pins.
(Originally) a machine which produces soda water; (now) a coin-operated machine which dispenses canned or bottled soft drinks after a specified amount of money is inserted into it.
A machine which forms smooth, rounded sticks of wood.
(Originally) a person, typically a woman, who performs a sexual role or function mechanically and without feeling; (later usually) a person characterized as vigorous, unremitting, and insatiable in his or her pursuit and performance of sex.
An appliance for making ice artificially
The period in the early 20th century notable for the development of new technology and industrial processes
An automatic gun that fires bullets in rapid succession for as long as the trigger is pressed
The military resources of a country organized for waging war
A person, considered as a machine for thinking.
A (notional) device which produces dreams or images in the brain.
A bolt with a thread and a square or hexagonal head.
Written in a form required for use by a machine, specifically a computer.
An hour of one machine's operation, or an amount of work equivalent to this; an hour during which a machine operates or could operate.
= press proof.
A room in which machines (especially printing presses) are operated.
Time during which a computer is in use.
A kind of silk twist, made for use in sewing machines.
To wash in a washing machine.
A word of the length appropriate for a particular fixed word-length computer.
Work done by or with a machine, as distinguished from that done by hand, especially with reference to printing and sewing.
A machine for stirring the malt in a mash tun.
A (sports) team thought to be of extremely high ability.
The human brain or human person regarded as a rational machine.
The prevailing financial system; financial institutions collectively.
A machine for making paper.
The controlling organization of a political party, especially such a body characterized by impressive or ruthless efficiency.
A machine for preparing peat for fuel, either by cutting it, or by grinding it and pressing it into brick-shaped pieces.
A device for viewing a peep show.
A machine for making pills.
A coin-operated gaming-machine which pays out according to the combination of symbols (usually representations of playing cards) appearing on the edges of the wheels spun by the operation of a lever.
A machine for making loom reeds.
A vehicle that travels on a road; (now) especially (informal) a car or motorcycle.
Another term for cash dispenser.
Another term for automated teller machine.
A programmable electronic device able to imitate the sounds of a drum kit
A coin-operated gaming machine that generates random combinations of symbols (typically representing fruit) on a dial, certain combinations winning varying amounts of money for the player
A computer programming language consisting of binary or hexadecimal instructions which a computer can respond to directly
Each of the small pegs on the head of a guitar, used for tightening the strings
Resembling a machine; mechanical
Made using a machine rather than by hand
A fastening device similar to a bolt but having a socket in its head which allows it to be turned with a screwdriver
A workshop for making or repairing mechanical items
A fixed powered tool such as a lathe, for cutting or shaping metal, wood, or other material