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technique

noun [C, U]     /tekˈniːk/
B1 a particular or special way of doing something: [+ for + doing sth] Scientists have developed a new technique for taking blood samples.Ways of achieving things
Translations of “technique”
in Arabic أُسْلوب فَنّي, تَقْنية…
in Korean 기술…
in Malaysian teknik…
in French technique…
in Turkish teknik, usul, yöntem…
in Italian tecnica…
in Chinese (Traditional) 技術,技能…
in Russian метод, техника…
in Polish technika, metoda…
in Vietnamese cách thức, phương thức…
in Spanish técnica…
in Portuguese técnica…
in Thai เทคนิค…
in German die Technik…
in Catalan tècnica…
in Japanese (特殊な)方法, テクニック…
in Indonesian teknik…
in Chinese (Simplified) 技术,技能…
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