mechanics

mechanics
noun
1. (physics) 
Quantum mechanics was an important part of Albert Einstein's research.La mecánica cuántica fue una parte importante de las investigaciónes de Albert Einstein.
2. (components of a machine) 
The watch repairman removed the mechanics piece by piece.El relojero sacó el mecanismo pieza por pieza.
Changing the oil regularly is good for the mechanics of the engine.Cambiar el aceite regularmente es bueno para la mecánica del motor.
3. (figurative) (procedures) 
I don't quite understand the mechanics of the process for electing a new president.No entiendo mucho como es la mecánica del proceso para escoger al presidente.
mechanics
Noun
1. (science) 
a. la mecánica (F) 
2. (working parts) 
a. la mecanismo m, mecánica (F) 
3. (fig) 
the mechanics of the electoral systemla mecánica del sistema electoral
mechanics [mɪˈkænɪks]
noun:singular
(Téc) (Fís) mecánica (f)
plural noun
(machinery) mecanismo (m); mecánica (f);
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