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techadjective [before noun]

uk   us   /tek/
abbreviation for technical or ​technological: used to describe a ​company, ​system, ​area of ​work, etc. that does or makes something involving ​technology: tech ​industry/​sector/​economy There has been a huge ​expansion of ​business for our tech ​companies. There's been a ​boom in the ​market for tech ​stocks.

technoun [C]

uk   us   /tek/ FINANCE, STOCK MARKET
a ​company that ​works in the ​area of ​technology: They ​boughtshares in two of the world's biggest techs.
[usually plural] shares in ​companies that ​work in the ​area of ​technology: Stocks went ​lower but techs remained high.
(Definition of tech from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “tech”
in Chinese (Simplified) 技巧的, 技术的…
in Turkish teknik sözcüğünün kısa yazılışı…
in Russian технический…
in Chinese (Traditional) 技巧的, 技術的…
in Polish techniczny…
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“tech” in Business English

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