Definitions of mechanization

  1. a highly technical implementation for the control of equipment; usually involving electronic hardware; " automation replaces human workers by machines"
  2. the condition of having a highly technical implementation
  3. the act of implementing the control of equipment with advanced technology; usually involving electronic hardware; " automation replaces human workers by machines"

Usage examples for mechanization

  1. The serene aspect of the pre- mechanization farm is evident in this photograph taken in the first decade of the twentieth century. – Frying Pan Farm by Elizabeth Brown Pryor
  2. One could also say that the idlers, by means of the progress of science and technology, have promoted the mechanization and contamination of agriculture, thus making it possible for a handful of farmers to feed legions of idlers. – Down-with-the-Cities by Nakashima, Tadashi
  3. Rather than show the slow and hand- operated life of a pre- mechanization farmer, Frying Pan Farm shows the farm in a dynamic transition. – Frying Pan Farm by Elizabeth Brown Pryor
  4. The main cause of the incipient labor shortage is low productivity owing to a lack of industrial experience, a low level of mechanization and the survival of backward traditional methods in agriculture. – Area Handbook for Albania by Eugene K. Keefe Sarah Jane Elpern William Giloane James M. Moore, Jr. Stephen Peters Eston T. White
  5. Hence the history of the Spirit- and, incidentally, the history of all churches- exhibits to us a series of strong movements towards completed life, inspired by vigorous and transcendent personalities; thwarted by the common indolence and tendency to mechanization but perpetually renewed. – The Life of the Spirit and the Life of To-day by Evelyn Underhill
  6. Don't you see that you can't cure human problems by mechanization – Watchbird by Robert Sheckley
  7. For processing short- length wool fibers its mechanization proved most difficult to achieve. – The Scholfield Wool-Carding Machines by Grace L. Rogers
  8. Closely connected with these facts, perhaps only a somewhat different aspect of them, is the phenomenon of motor mechanization – The Psychology of Beauty by Ethel D. Puffer
  9. The nation grew with the increase of population, the development of towns, and the growing mechanization of craft industries. – Our Legal Heritage, 4th Ed. by S. A. Reilly
  10. For example, the silk workers used street violence to get protective legislation against imports and mechanization in 1675. The manufacture of silk material had been brought to England by French workers driven from France. – Our Legal Heritage, 4th Ed. by S. A. Reilly