Definition of biomechanically in US English:



  • See biomechanical

    • ‘Many in the cycling world are convinced that bow-legged pedaling is biomechanically incorrect.’
    • ‘This placement results in a biomechanically stronger grip in which both wrists are set.’
    • ‘Furthermore, the backhand is far less efficient and powerful, biomechanically speaking.’
    • ‘My fencing parries are tighter and faster and biomechanically more sound.’
    • ‘Whatever the reason, today's alligators are biomechanically prepared for a way of life that vanished 140 million years ago.’