MEChA

M.E.Ch.A. (Spanish: Movimiento Estudiantil Chican@ de Aztlán; `Chican@ Student Movement of Aztlán`, the @ being a gender neutral inflection) is an organization that seeks to promote Chicano unity and empowerment through political action. The acronym of the organization`s name is the Chicano word mecha, which is the Chicano pronunciation of th......
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Mecha

Mecha is a science fiction genre that centers on robots or machines controlled by people. These machines vary greatly in size, shape, and appearance. Some are little more than cars with arms and legs, while others are giant humanoid constructs. Different sub-genres exist, with varying connotations of realism. The concept of Super Robot and Real Ro...
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Mecha

(meck-ah) Typically means giant robots, but can also refer to any mechanical or robotic devices used in anime.
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Mecha

[woreda] Mecha is one of the woredas in the Amhara Region of Ethiopia. The name, Mecha, is taken from the name for a subdivision of the province of Gojjam. Part of the Mirab Gojjam Zone, Mecha is bordered on the south by Sekela, on the southwest by the Agew Awi Zone, on the west by the Lesser Abay River which separates it from Debub Achefer...
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Mecha

A genre of anime and manga focusing on mecha, or piloted combat robots. Divided into two sub-genres, super robots (The mecha have unrealistic powers, and the focus is more on the fighting and robots themselves), and real robots (More realistic, with more drama and focus on the humans).
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mecha

A genre of anime that prominently incorporates giant robots and/or combat suits. Can also refer to the robots/combat suits themselves.
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Mecha

A genre of anime which involves gigantic robots. A good example of this would be the Gundam series.
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mecha

a genre of anime/manga that involves giant, often anthropomorphic robots that are usually piloted by humans. Examples of mecha anime include Neon Genesis Evangelion, Gundam Wing, and Robotech.
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Mecha

A Japanese contraction of the English word mechanical. Generally refers to fantastic machines seen in anime or manga.
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mecha

A Japanese contraction of the English word mechanical. Mecha (pronounced "meh-ka"), refers to anything of a mechanical nature
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Mecha

short for mechanical, and refers to technology ranging from guns to vehicles to giant robots
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Mecha

Short for MECHAnical, any kind of technology from a gun to a vehicle to a giant robot.
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