technological

[ tek-nuh-loj-i-kuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF technological

Synonyms for technological

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Antonyms for technological

  • unmechanical
  • untechnical
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The answer, from a technological planet, was a technological one.

"But you're not talking about technological equipment now," he said.

There are any number of technological developments to be made.

Another is the rapid simultaneous advance on all technological fronts.

It is not that he aims, or can aim, at technological improvements.

Production norms under the system have been low because of technological advances and the infrequency of adjustment of norms.

The Soviet Union continued to be the predominant supplier of raw materials, machinery, and technical and technological assistance.

Paleolithic, Neolithic, Technological—I don't even know what time it is.

Around his, he sees evidence that ours is a technological society.

From this fragment of technological history let us now turn to chemical science.

WORD ORIGIN

1620s, from technology + -ical. Related: Technologically.

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