technical

I. technical technical 2 noun
1. technicals [plural] FINANCE signs that show the way prices are moving on the stock and that help people to calculate what will happen to the price of shares etc in the future:

• The market technicals gave negative sell signals on Thursday.

2. [countable] another name for tech2
  [m0] II. technical tech‧ni‧cal 1 [ˈteknɪkl] adjective
connected with practical knowledge, skills, or methods, especially in industrial or scientific work:

• The manual contains all the technical information on the product.

• Our staff provide technical support 7 days a week.

• We have appointed a new technical director.

— technically adverb :

• Is the project technically feasible?

• a technically advanced industry

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technical UK US /ˈteknɪkəl/ adjective
relating to science or industry: »

They have both the best entrepreneurs and the best technical people.

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a technical company/the technical sector

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Only 3% of the workforce has gone through technical education.

relating to the knowledge used in a particular subject or type of work: »

The undergraduate programs in Economics and Accounting emphasize technical expertise.

a technical subject, word, etc. is difficult to understand without special knowledge of a subject: »

The language is too technical for most people to understand.

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Try to avoid too many technical terms if possible.

relating to machines, systems, etc. or to the practical way in which something works: »

technical problems/errors/glitches

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He's head of our technical support team.

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Please consult the technical manual.

based on a very exact and detailed way of understanding a law or a rule: »

It is an overly technical interpretation of the regulations that has caused this problem.

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The technical definition of a multinational fails to convey the scope and diversity of global business.

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technical UK US /ˈteknɪkəl/ noun
technicals — Cf. technicals
TECH(Cf. ↑tech) noun

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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