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Translation of "technically" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

technically

adverb
 
 
/ˈtek.nɪ.kli/
according to an exact understanding of rules, facts, etc.
事实上,严格说来
Technically, the country's economic problems are over but recovery will be slow.
从技术角度看,这个国家的经济问题已经过去了,但恢复将是很慢的。
young people who are technically still children
说起来仍然象孩子的年青人
Accurate and exact
in a way that relates to the knowledge, machines or methods used in science and industry
技术性地
technically advanced weapons
技术先进的武器
Subjects and disciplinesInventing, designing and innovationCreating and producing
in a way that relates to practical skills and methods that are used in a particular activity
工艺上;专门地
It was a technically brilliant performance.
这真是一场出色的表演。
Skill, talent and ability
(Definition of technically from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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