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technology

noun [C or U]
 
 
/tekˈnɒl.ə.dʒi/ US  /-ˈnɑː.lə-/
(the study and knowledge of) the practical, especially industrial, use of scientific discoveries
技术(学);应用技术;(尤指)工业技术
computer technology
计算机技术
Modern technology is amazing, isn't it?
现代技术很奇妙,是不是?
What this country needs is a long-term policy for investment in science and technology.
这个国家所需要的是科技投入方面的长期政策。
→  See also biotechnology Inventing, designing and innovationCreating and producing
Translations of “technology”
in Arabic تَقْنية, تِكْنولوجيا…
in Korean 과학기술…
in Malaysian teknologi…
in French technologie…
in Turkish teknoloji…
in Italian tecnologia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 技術(學), 應用技術, (尤指)工業技術…
in Russian технология…
in Polish technika, technologia…
in Vietnamese công nghệ…
in Spanish tecnología…
in Portuguese tecnologia…
in Thai เทคโนโลยี…
in German die Technologie…
in Catalan tecnologia…
in Japanese 科学技術, テクノロジー…
in Indonesian teknologi…
(Definition of technology from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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