Adjective "technical" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˈtɛknɪk(ə)l/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Relating to a particular subject, art, or craft, or its techniques.
  1. 'The difference here is that you actually need the technical knowledge and physical skill to perform.'
  2. 'But aside from the technical skills displayed, it shows what an excellent job was done in terms of public consultation.'
  3. 'There are no great technical difficulties in making simple outline drawings using the camera.'
  4. 'He demonstrates how fiercely technical a craft climbing is, solitary, dangerous and exacting.'
  5. 'She also acquired new technical skills at the conference.'
  6. 'But while the overall story is predictable and shallow some of the individual pages and the monologues therein are nice, and the illustrations executed with some technical skill.'
  7. 'I'm more drawn to work with actors who are strong in their technical craft.'
  8. 'Wedding photography is an evolving field that requires artistic talent, vision, and highly technical expertise.'
  9. 'I like his work, especially knowing it takes technical skill to mix the polymers for canvas paintings that can be rolled, shipped, unrolled and stretched.'
  10. 'In this picture he displays great technical virtuosity.'
  11. 'a technical report'
  12. 'He is a prolific writer, with more than two dozen technical articles and books to his name.'
  13. 'I wish every technical book could follow the same pattern.'
  14. 'During the first three decades of the twentieth century, many of its articles were technical, tactical, and even strategic in character.'
  15. 'He is the author of more than 30 technical articles and is a fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.'
  16. 'He is author of nine books and more than 200 articles, chapters, technical reports and other writings.'
  17. 'However, these are very minor issues and any technical book containing this amount of information is bound to have an occasional mistake.'
  18. 'Overall, technical books were published when a senior researcher with years of experience had something significant to write about.'
  19. 'There is a steep discount on some foreign technical books, and many students wade through whatever is available to pick the title of their choice.'
  20. 'Although the second part of the book is technical in nature, end users will find useful hints sprinkled throughout.'
  21. 'For further information see the technical article in this issue.'
Involving or concerned with applied and industrial sciences.
  1. 'The award recognizes outstanding technical contributions to aerosol science and technology by a young scientist.'
  2. 'Their scientific and technical achievements allowed the Europeans to dominate the world.'
  3. 'I mean, NASA is working with a lot of very bright folks in the science and engineering and technical fields.'
  4. 'The second factor that helped to transform this broad area of popular culture was the adaptation and exploitation of a range of technical innovations and industrial developments.'
  5. 'Friends described him as reserved, almost taciturn, but insatiably curious about science and technical processes.'
  6. 'The successful applicant will hold a foods science or technical qualification or a relevant amount of experience in a food environment.'
  7. 'Probably not, just as technical or industrial progress would not have been furthered by mediaeval religious fundamentalism.'
  8. 'The technical achievements of Western industrial society have been magnificent, but there has been a cost on the social side with a loss of community.'
  9. 'In practice, the opposite is occurring in every technical field except health sciences.'
  10. 'Yes, the spacecraft returned and he was given information concerning the alien planet with its exceptionally high level of scientific and technical achievement.'
Resulting from mechanical failure.
  1. 'We were unable to assess 49 of the video recorded interactions due to technical faults.'
  2. 'The heroes have problems with suit breaches, software patches, gravity failures, and other technical glitches.'
  3. 'What's more, he's been told by support staff on more than one occasion that this technical fault has affected ‘thousands’ of punters.'
According to a strict application or interpretation of the law or rules.
  1. 'At first glance, this looks like more than a technical violation of classified-documents rules.'
  2. 'But it all comes down to a technical infraction of the rules.'
  3. 'And the standard of the reasonable commercial person is hostile to technical interpretations and undue emphasis on niceties of language.''

noun

(in areas with guerrilla warfare) a small truck with a machine gun mounted on the back.
  1. 'In some regional conflicts these "technicals" are the only combat vehicles present.'
  2. 'Technicals are non combatant vehicles modified for combat use.'
  3. 'At the next interchange, Donovan spotted a technical — a red Nissan pickup with a Soviet-made heavy machine gun mounted in the truck bed.'

    Definitions

    1. belonging or pertaining to an art, science, or the like: technical skill.

    2. peculiar to or characteristic of a particular art, science, profession, trade, etc.: technical details.

    3. using terminology or treating subject matter in a manner peculiar to a particular field, as a writer or a book: a technical report.

    4. skilled in or familiar in a practical way with a particular art, trade, etc., as a person.

    5. of, relating to, or showing technique.

    6. technically dema

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    "rallies can be technical in natures."

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    "problems can be technical in natures."

    "momentums can be technical in natures."

    "manies can be technical in natures."

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