Adjective "technics" definition and examples

(Technics may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/ˈtɛknɪk/

Definitions and examples

noun

Technique.
  1. 'Using the technic of Sequential Photography you can do extreme panoramic and wide angle pictures.'
  2. 'Because of its very smart stealth and anti-anti-virus technic, most common AV software can't detect or clean it.'
  3. 'Is it me, or does this guy know technics yet to be invented?'
  4. 'This number, as well as the spatial resolution of the retinotopic maps and of the somatotopic and cochleotopic maps, measured by comparable technics are still poorly known across taxa.'
  5. 'The shifting investments and assemblages of the body meet a network cast precisely as the enhanced ability of technics (including technics as the human) to shift and reassemble its own investments.'
  6. 'The clubs also run programmes in which they teach farming technics to villagers in Masaiti and how to store food season to season.'
  7. 'The technics and institutions of complex social systems like the gas lighting industry constitute a network of actors and physical objects whose relationships are given meaning by a set of surrounding understandings and actions.'
  8. 'He however, noted that the borders may not be closed forever in the face of regional trade integration saying the poultry farmers were preparing themselves for this challenge by improving their management and production technics.'
  9. 'The popular Piano Curriculum Guide, which outlines a solid core curriculum of theory, technic and repertoire for students from the Learners Level to the Pre-Conservatory Level, is now available in Spanish.'
Technical terms, details, and methods; technology.
  1. 'Embedded within every technological system is a set of technics - fundamental physical materials, their properties, and the details of their use.'
  2. 'A standard home CD player is one that has no burner technics built in.'

More definitions

1. technique.

2. a technicality.

3. technics, (used with a singular or plural verb) the study or science of an art or of arts in general, especially the mechanical or industrial arts. adjective

4. technical.

More examples(as adjective)

"divisions can be technics."

Origin

(technic)Early 17th century (as an adjective in the sense ‘to do with art or an art’): from Latin technicus, from Greek tekhnikos, from tekhnē ‘art’. The noun dates from the 19th century.