Definition of motor mechanic in English:

motor mechanic

noun

British
  • A person whose job is to repair and maintain the engines of cars and other vehicles.

    ‘an apprentice motor mechanic’
    • ‘He spent six months doing motor mechanic training before moving on to a more advanced course.’
    • ‘The young couple left for Toronto, where Anthony will pursue his careeer as a motor mechanic.’
    • ‘He specialised in motor cycles in the last years of his motor mechanic profession.’
    • ‘For the last seven years, Johnson had worked as a self-employed motor mechanic, storing cars to use for spare parts.’
    • ‘A whole new raft of sectors—including retailers, caterers and motor mechanics—will be eligible for the Small Firms Loan Guarantee Scheme.’
    • ‘In much the same way that there are more skilled motor mechanics today than there were drivers 80 years ago, these skilled folks will be, nonetheless, a minority.’
    • ‘If you look back 10 years ago, for a large number of people developing vocational skills, like motor mechanics, the issue of literacy was less of a problem.’
    • ‘Three years ago the youngsters were trainees, with no qualifications—now they are qualified motor mechanics working at a range of local firms.’
    • ‘He was a motor mechanic all his working life.’