|Regions with significant populations|
|Brazil ( Acre)||937 (2004)|
|Related ethnic groups|
|Mashco-Piro and Yine|
The Machinere are an indigenous people of Brazil, Bolivia, and Peru. They live along the Acre River in Bolivia. In Brazil they mostly live in the Mamoadate Indigenous Territory, although some live in the Chico Mendes Extractivist Reserve, both in Acre.
Machinere people speak the Machinere language, which is a Piro language and part of the Southern Maipuran language family. It is written in the Latin script. The Bible was translated in Machinere in 1960. The language is highly similar to the Yine language.