|clock with mechanical cuckoo||cuckoo clock|
|(British) cuckoo; awkward and stupid person, lout, dolt, gawk (insulting term )||gowk|
|(Slang) crazy, insane, cuckoo, mad||bonkers|
|accept the facts, be encountered by somebody, be looking at somebody or something, boldness, come up against somebody or something, countenance, dial on clock or instrument, expect something bad, face makeup, false appearance, front of head, front part...||face|
|accurate clock regulated by atomic vibrations||atomic clock|
|act of fiddling with something, be traveling pot mender, fiddle with, handle something unskillfully, mender of pots pans and other household utensils; one skilled in various mechanical jobs, jack of all trades; bungler, patch, fix a household utensil, ...||tinker|
|act of raising or lifting; height to which something is raised, elevation; force which raises or elevates something; elevator (British); mechanical apparatus which lifts or raises (i.e. ski lift); ride in the vehicle of another person; elation, happy f...||lift|
|act of setting a pace; act of one who sets the example; regulation of the heartbeat by the insertion of a mechanical pacemaker||pacemaking|
|action of a lever, action of a lever; mechanical power supplied by a lever; influence, ability to affect or alter people or circumstances; use of borrowed money to increase the return on an investment, borrow money hoping to make more, borrowing of mon...||leverage|
|adjust mechanical parts accurately, cable car, silk thread, streetcar, streetcar; cart run on tracks in a coal mine, vehicle in coal mine||tram|
|Agricultural and Mechanical||A&M|
|aim something, army followers, domesticate animal, entourage, instruct, coach, learn or teach skills, line of gunpowder, linked railroad cars, long moving line, make plant grow as wanted, mechanical series, prepare for sporting competition, produce imp...||train|
|aircraft device controlling climb and descent, aircraft platform on carrier, grain elevator, grain storehouse, hoisting machine, mechanical apparatus for moving people or items from floor to floor within a building, muscle that lifts part of the body, ...||elevator|
|alarm clock, alert; alarm system; anxiety, concern; fear, call to arms, challenge made by stamping, fit with warning device, frighten, scare, terrify; frighten, intimidate, security device, sound of security or warning device||alarm|
|alarm, clock to wake somebody||alarm clock|
|American corporation headquartered in Ohio, manufacturer of mechanical and electronic components (including semiconductors, hydraulic systems, and control devices)||Eaton|
|analyzing prices and market indicators, belonging to particular subject or profession, exhibiting technique, high-tech, of or pertaining to technique; relating to technology; specialized; mechanical; having practical knowledge; applied, relating to ind...||technical|
|ancient device for time measurement, water clock, ancient instrument that measured time by regulated flow of water or mercury||clepsydra|
|answering maching, mechanical device which records telephone messages||answerphone|
|anticlockwise, in a direction opposite to that of the normal rotation of the hands of a clock, in the direction opposite to clockwise, moving opposite to clockwise||counterclockwise|
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