mechanised mechanised


  1. (adj) using vehicles
  2. (adj) equipped with machinery



  • Australians to dig Gold Fields out of trouble at mechanised mine

    By Ed Stoddard WESTONARIA, South Africa (Reuters) - Down under the South African earth, Australian accents are leading a drive to unlock the wealth one of the world's largest gold reserves. Gold Fields has brought in a crack Australian engineering team to help overcome one of its most daunting challenges: ramping up production on its mechanised South Deep mine, its last and troublesome South ...
    on February 19, 2014     Source: Reuters via Yahoo! News


  1. Mr Knight said: "The Holocaust was one of the most significant events in world history. Six million people died not for what they had done but simply for who they were. What strikes me is the sheer scale of it and how industrialised and mechanised...
    on Feb 3, 2008 By: Jim Knight Source: Northamptonshire Evening Telegraph

  2. "I'm doing great," Salopek told the Tribune after his release. "It's an interesting feeling being mobile again, in a mechanised vehicle."
    on Sep 9, 2006 By: Paul Salopek Source: The Age

  3. "In Sweden, it would be much more modern and mechanised," said Kinnaman.
    on Aug 2, 2007 By: Melinda Kinnaman Source: Daily Times

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