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low-tech

adjective uk   /ˌləʊˈtek/  us   /ˌloʊ-/
not using the most recent equipment or methods: a low-tech economy
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Translations of “low-tech”
in Chinese (Traditional) 低技術的,科技含量低的…
in Russian что-л. устаревшей технологии…
in Turkish düşük teknoloji…
in Chinese (Simplified) 低技术的,科技含量低的…
in Polish tradycyjny…
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