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Translation of "technical" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

technical

adjective
 
 
/ˈtek.nɪ.kəl/
relating to the knowledge, machines or methods used in science and industry
技術的
a few technical problems
幾個技術問題
Subjects and disciplinesInventing, designing and innovationCreating and producing
relating to the knowledge and methods of a particular subject or job
專門性的
Personally, I found some parts of the book a little too technical to follow.
我個人認為,書中有些部分過於專業化,一般人不易看懂。
Subjects and disciplinesInventing, designing and innovationCreating and producing
relating to practical skills and methods that are used in a particular activity
技能的,技巧的
In her performance as the Snow Queen she showed great technical brilliance.
她演冰雪女王時表現出了高超的演技。
Efficient and effective
(Definition of technical from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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