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antipersonnel designed to kill or injure people, as opposed to destroying machinery or buildings.
assemblage the act of putting things, such as machinery parts, together. [1/4 definitions]
assembly a collection of parts, as of machinery, put together to form a whole. [1/4 definitions]
automation operation by machinery rather than by people.
automaton a piece of machinery that resembles a human in some or all functions; robot. [1/2 definitions]
cab1 the enclosed compartment of a heavy piece of machinery or vehicle where the driver or operator sits. [1/3 definitions]
cam in machinery, a noncircular disc or cylinder that, when rotated, imparts an up-and-down or start-and-stop motion to a connected part.
checkout an inspection or examination, esp. of machinery in order to determine whether it is functioning properly. [1/4 definitions]
cocoon any of several coverings made to protect something, such as certain plastic films sprayed on unused machinery. [1/2 definitions]
compressor something that compresses, esp. a device for compressing and condensing gases to drive machinery.
control (often pl.) a device or set of devices for operating or guiding a vehicle or other machinery. [1/9 definitions]
creak a grating or squeaking sound, as of unlubricated machinery parts rubbing against each other. [1/3 definitions]
differential in physics or machinery, relating to differences in rate, force, or direction of motion. [2/8 definitions]
flywheel a heavy-rimmed wheel that rotates on a shaft and with its momentum serves to minimize variation in the speed of machinery connected to the shaft.
forecastle a superstructure on the upper deck for supplies or machinery. [1/3 definitions]
grab of machinery, to function with a sudden jolt. [1/6 definitions]
industrial arts (used with a sing. verb) a course of study in a secondary or technical school that trains students to work with industrial tools and machinery.
installation something installed, such as a machine or system of machinery. [1/3 definitions]
Luddite any of a group of British laborers who between 1811 and 1816 destroyed industrial machinery in the belief that its use produced unemployment.
mechanic a worker skilled in the production, use, and esp. repair of tools, machinery, and motors.
mechanical consisting of or pertaining to machinery. [2/8 definitions]