high-techadjectiveuk us /ˌhaɪˈtek/
- The result is a decidedly mixed bag of campy humor, wild-eyed fantasy and high-tech special effects.
- Using their high-tech wizardry, the police were able to locate the owners of the stolen property within hours of it being seized.
- Most high-tech industry has been metric for decades.
- Several high-tech firms have located in the town.
- He suggested a high-tech solution to a simple problem.