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technician

noun [C]  us   /tekˈnɪʃ·ən/
a worker trained with special skills or knowledge, esp. in how to operate machines or equipment used in science: an X-ray technician a laboratory technician
Translations of “technician”
in Korean 기술자…
in Arabic فَني, تِقَني…
in Portuguese técnico, -a…
in Catalan tècnic, -a…
in Japanese (科学や電気系統の)技術者, 専門家…
in Italian perito, -a…
in Chinese (Traditional) 技術員,技師…
in Russian специалист, техник, лаборант…
in Turkish teknisyen, tekniker…
in Chinese (Simplified) 技术员,技师…
in Polish technik…
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