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Spanish translation of “technical”

technical

adjective /ˈteknikəl/
having, or relating to, a particular science or skill, especially of a mechanical or industrial kind
técnico
a technical college technical skill technical drawing.
(having many terms) relating to a particular art or science
técnico
’Myopia’ is a technical term for ’short-sightedness’.
according to strict laws or rules
técnico
a technical defeat.
technicality /-ˈka-/ noun (plural technicalities) a technical detail or technical term
tecnicismo
Their instructions were full of technicalities.
a (trivial) detail or problem, eg caused by (too) strict obedience to laws, rules etc
tecnicismo; detalle técnico
I’m not going to be put off by mere technicalities.
technically adverb in a technical way; He described the machine in simple terms, then more technically .
técnicamente
as far as skill and technique are concerned
desde el punto de vista técnico, en cuanto a la parte técnica
The pianist gave a very good performance technically, although she seemed to lack feeling for the music.
according to strict obedience to laws or rules
en teoría
Technically, you aren’t allowed to do that, but I don’t suppose anyone will object.
technician /-ˈniʃən/ noun a person who has been trained to do something which involves some skill, eg with a piece of machinery
técnico
One of our technicians will repair the machine.
(Definition of technical from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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