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Oxford dictionary definition of the word mechanical:
1operated by a machine or machinery:
a mechanical device
relating to machines or machinery:
the helicopters are prone to mechanical failure
2(of an action) done without thought or spontaneity; automatic:
she stopped the mechanical brushing of her hair
3relating to physical forces or motion; physical:
the smoothness was the result of mechanical abrasion
archaic (of a theory) explaining phenomena in terms only of physical processes.
archaic relating to mechanics as a science.
4relating to the exclusive legal right to reproduce a particular recorded version of a song or piece of music:
1 (mechanicals) the working parts of a vehicle:
a major overhaul of the mechanicals
2 (usually mechanicals) archaic a manual worker:
[with allusion to Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream]
late Middle English (describing an art or occupation concerned with the construction of machines): via Latin from Greek mēkhanikos (see mechanic) + -al