ETYM Cf. French mécanique.
Branch of physics dealing with the motions of bodies and the forces causing these motions, and also with the forces acting on bodies in equilibrium. It is usually divided into dynamics and statics.
Quantum mechanics is the system based on the quantum theory that has superseded Newtonian mechanics in the interpretation of physical phenomena on the atomic scale.
The branch of physics concerned with the motion of bodies in a frame of reference.
Berufstand der gewerblichen Wirtschaft. Persönliche Einzelleistung und Pflege der Handarbeit, keine Massenanfertigung. Ablegung einer Lehrzeit mit anschließender Ablegung einer Meisterprüfung vor einer Kommission.
Im Altertum wurde das zur Ausübung eines Handwerks nötige Können oft nur in bestimmten Familien vererbt und streng geheimgehalten.
ETYM French artisan, from Latin artitus skilled in arts, from ars, artis, art: cf. Italian artigiano. Related to Art.
1. One who professes and practices some liberal art; an artist.
2. One trained to manual dexterity in some mechanic art or trade; and handicraftsman; a mechanic.
Workman; journeyman; mechanic.
(Irregular plural: craftsmen).
1. A creator of great skill in the manual arts; SYN. crafter.
2. A professional whose work is consistently of high quality.
3. A skilled worker who practices some trade or handicraft; SYN. artisan, journeyman, artificer.
1. A business engaged in manufacturing some product; SYN. maker, manufacturing business.
2. Someone who manufactures something; SYN. producer.
ETYM French mécanique mechanics. Related to Mechanic.
1. A worker skilled in the repair or construction of mechanical devices, especially engines.
2. A worker skilled or employed in shaping and uniting materials, as wood, metal, etc., into any kind of structure, machine, or other object, requiring the use of tools, or instruments.
Sinonimi: working man | working person
ETYM AS. weorcmann.
(Irregular plural: workmen).
An employee who performs manual or industrial labor; SYN. working man, working person.