Definition of machinery in English:

machinery

Syllabification: ma·chin·er·y
Pronunciation: /məˈSHēn(ə)rē
 
/

noun

1Machines collectively: farm machinery
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  • Demand is particularly strong for advanced machinery and electronics equipment.
  • Here we'll look at some of the pros and cons of leasing farm machinery and equipment and farm real estate to children.
  • A sale of farm machinery and equipment may cause unexpected tax consequences.
Synonyms
1.1The components of a machine: the movement of the machinery
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  • If Mcm 10 plays a direct role in silencing, it should interact with components of the silencing machinery.
  • Kuhn will invest eight million euro in Bulgaria over the next three years to launch the production of car components and machinery.
  • However the components and machinery for making your own can be bought freely, no questions asked, in shops and on the Internet.
1.2The organization or structure of something: the machinery of democracy
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  • The State administrative and political machinery needs to be proactive in infrastructure development.
  • The real challenge for the BJP is gearing up its organisational machinery.
  • The situation is grave because the political and administrative machinery colludes with private companies to mint money from mines.
Synonyms
workings, organization, system, structure, administration, institution
informal setup

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