[muh-shee-nist] /məˈʃi nɪst/
a person who operates , especially a skilled operator of tools.
a person who makes or repairs .
U.S. Navy. a warrant officer whose duty is to assist the engineering officer in the engine room.
a person who operates machines to cut or process materials
a maker or repairer of machines
1706, “engineer, mechanical inventor,” a hybrid from machine (n.) + -ist. Meaning “machine operator” is attested from 1879.
- Mach interface generator
tool, programming (MIG) An implementation of a subset of Matchmaker that generates C and C++ remote procedure call interfaces for interprocess communication between Mach tasks. [“MIG – The Mach Interface Generator”, R.P. Draves et al, CS CMU, (1989-08-4)]. (1994-11-22)
sold. (1.) Manasseh’s oldest son (Josh. 17:1), or probably his only son (see 1 Chr. 7:14, 15; comp. Num. 26:29-33; Josh. 13:31). His descendants are referred to under the name of Machirites, being the offspring of Gilead (Num. 26:29). They settled in land taken from the Amorites (Num. 32:39, 40; Deut. 3:15) by a special […]
[mah-cheez-moh, -chiz-, muh-] /mɑˈtʃiz moʊ, -ˈtʃɪz-, mə-/ noun 1. a strong or exaggerated sense of manliness; an assumptive attitude that virility, courage, strength, and entitlement to dominate are attributes or concomitants of masculinity. 2. a strong or exaggerated sense of power or the right to dominate: The military campaign was an exercise in national machismo. […]
[mahk-mee-ter, mak-] /ˈmɑkˌmi tər, ˈmæk-/ noun, Aeronautics. 1. a device that indicates airspeed relative to the speed of sound. /ˈmækˌmiːtə/ noun 1. an instrument for measuring the Mach number of an aircraft in flight