mechanization[ mek-uh-nahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF mechanization
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MECHANIZATION
Don't you see that you can't cure human problems by mechanization?
The mechanization of economics had become a common possession for everybody.
Work was being done by a puzzling combination of mechanization and musclepower.
But mechanization is not of necessity all there is to habit.
Mechanization most drastically altered life on the family farm.
For processing short-length wool fibers its mechanization proved most difficult to achieve.
In the place of the liberation of the spirit came the reaction; in the place of mechanization came the bureaucracy.
The two systems of mechanization were at their zenith, and the other countries looked, in political affairs, as slovenly as ever.
Mechanization—the horror of losing one's identity and becoming part of an assembly line.
Mechanization and specialization of the family farm did not necessarily lighten the farmer's workload.