[mek-uh-noh-ther-uh-pee] /ˌmɛk ə noʊˈθɛr ə pi/
curative treatment by mechanical means.
the treatment of disorders or injuries by means of mechanical devices, esp devices that provide exercise for bodily parts
mechanotherapy mech·a·no·ther·a·py (měk’ə-nō-thěr’ə-pē)
Medical treatment by mechanical methods, such as massage.
/ˌmɛkəˈtrɒnɪks/ noun 1. (functioning as sing) the combination of mechanical engineering, computing, and electronics, as used in the design and development of new manufacturing techniques
[mek-lin] /ˈmɛk lɪn/ noun 1. French Malines. Flemish Mechelen [mekh-uh-luh n] /ˈmɛx ə lən/ (Show IPA). a city in N Belgium. 2. . /ˈmɛxələn/ noun 1. a city in N Belgium, in Antwerp province: capital of the Netherlands from 1507 to 1530; formerly famous for lace-making; now has an important vegetable market. Pop: 76 981 […]
[mek-i-tahr-ist] /ˌmɛk ɪˈtɑr ɪst/ noun 1. . [mek-i-tahr-ist] /ˌmɛk ɪˈtɑr ɪst/ noun, Roman Catholic Church. 1. a member of an order of Armenian monks founded in Constantinople in the 18th century and following the rule of St. Benedict.
[Sephardic Hebrew muh-khee-tsah; Ashkenazic Hebrew muh-khee-tsuh] /Sephardic Hebrew mə xiˈtsɑ; Ashkenazic Hebrew məˈxi tsə/ noun, plural mechitzoth, mechitzot, mechitzos [Sephardic Hebrew muh-khee-tsawt; Ashkenazic Hebrew muh-khee-tsuh z, -khee-tsohs] /Sephardic Hebrew mə xiˈtsɔt; Ashkenazic Hebrew məˈxi tsəz, -ˈxi tsoʊs/ (Show IPA). Hebrew. 1. . [Sephardic Hebrew muh-khee-tsah; Ashkenazic Hebrew muh-khee-tsuh] /Sephardic Hebrew mə xiˈtsɑ; Ashkenazic Hebrew məˈxi […]