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Mechanism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

9/24/2014
06:11 | Author: Christina Harris

Mechanism
Mechanism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Mechanism may refer to: Mechanism (engineering), rigid bodies connected by joints in order to accomplish a desired force and/or motion transmission.

Mechanism may refer to:

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Mechanism - Merriam-Webster Online

7/23/2014
04:18 | Author: Evan Martin

Mechanism
Mechanism - Merriam-Webster Online

A piece of machinery : a mechanical part or group of parts having a particular function. : a process or system that is used to produce a particular result. : a way of.

: a piece of machinery : a mechanical part or group of parts having a particular function.

: a way of acting, thinking, or behaving that helps or protects a person in a specified way.

: a process or system that is used to produce a particular result.

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Mechanism Define Mechanism at Dictionary.com

5/22/2014
02:27 | Author: Kate Thompson

Mechanism
Mechanism Define Mechanism at Dictionary.com

An assembly of moving parts performing a complete functional motion, often being part of a large machine; linkage. 2. the agency or means by which an effect is.

The philosophical doctrine that all natural phenomena are explicable by material causes and mechanical principles.

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1660s, from Modern Latin mechanismus, from Greek mekhane "machine, instrument" (see machine (n.)).

A system of parts that operate or interact like those of a machine.

A usually unconscious mental and emotional pattern that dominates behavior in a given situation or environment.

A machine or mechanical appliance.

An instrument or a process by which something is done or comes into being.

The sequence of steps in a chemical reaction.

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The involuntary and consistent response of an organism to a given stimulus.

The arrangement of connected parts in a machine.

mechanism mech·a·nism (měk'ə-nĭz'əm) n.

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Mechanism - definition of mechanism by The Free Dictionary

3/21/2014
12:16 | Author: Devin Garcia

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Mechanism - definition of mechanism by The Free Dictionary

Definition of mechanism in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of mechanism. Pronunciation of mechanism. Translations of mechanism. mechanism synonyms.

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Mechanism - Dictionary Definition

1/20/2014
02:15 | Author: Kate Thompson

Mechanism
Mechanism - Dictionary Definition

Use the word mechanism to describe a process that has been set up to accomplish a particular goal. If you've set up a method for dealing with your sister when.

If you’ve set up a method for dealing with your sister when she annoys you, then you have a mechanism in place for establishing peace with your sister. Use the word mechanism to describe a process that has been set up to accomplish a particular goal.

". The word mechanism came into the English language in the seventeenth century by way of the Latin word mechanismus, which traces back to the Greek word mekhane, meaning “device" or "means.” Mechanism still carries with it the meaning of “device” and can be used to describe a machine, but nowadays you are more likely to hear it used to describe a process for getting something done, such as "a mechanism for generating revenue" or "a crisis-resolution mechanism.

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