What is machinery?
Machinery refers to specific machines or machines in general. A farmer has lots of farm machinery, like tractors and plows. Machinery is also the inner workings of something — the machinery of a society is how a society works.
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What Is Machinery?
The phrase “machinery” can be used to describe a collection of machines, such as the equipment in a factory or a lab. It can also refer to a specific machine’s internal mechanisms, such as the equipment that powers your computer. How something operates or works is related to machinery. A part of society’s machinery includes the government, the media, business, and family. The word machinery originally referred to the devices used for creating stage effects in the theater.
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Examples Of Machinery In A Sentence
Some of the mill’s machinery was damaged in the fire. a piece of farm machinery Something was clogging the machinery. The United Nations has set up machinery for mediation.
The article’s main focus was on machinery.
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