- Word Explorer, Word Parts
|part of speech:
||consisting of or pertaining to machinery.
||produced, operated, or controlled by a machine or machines.
a mechanical production processa mechanical toy
||specifically related to machines or the power produced by moving parts, as opposed to electrical or chemical power.
||of or pertaining to skill or ability in the design, use, or repair of tools and machinery.
a mechanical genius
||acting or performing like a machine or without human intervention; automatic.
||repetitive, machinelike, and without spirit or verve.
the mechanical answers of a person in shocka mechanical performance of the sonata
- robotic, wooden
- expressive, vital
||designating a philosophy or doctrine that the universe and everything in it operates in a machinelike way; nonspiritual.
- organic, vitalist
||concerning the technical or purely physical.
She mastered the mechanical aspects of poetry.
||automatic, impersonal, monotonous
||creative, expressive, vital
||mechanically (adv.), mechanicalness (n.)
The word mechanical
contains the following part:
that means machine