mechanisch

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From French méchanique 'mechanical' and 'mechanics', from Latin machanicus 'engineer' and 'resourceful, mechanical', ultimately from Ancient Greek (compare machine)

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mechanisch (not comparable)

  1. mechanical, related to mechanics and/or machinery
  2. done by machine(s)
  3. automatical, like machines work mindlessly

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Adjective[edit]

mechanisch (comparative mechanischer, superlative am mechanischsten)

  1. mechanical

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mechanisch

  1. mechanically

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