technically, all that stuff from years past still exists—it just happened in another alternate universe.
You could say technically yes, they dropped me, but we had multiple talks and it was fairly mutual.
But it's a puzzling explanation from such a technically sophisticated team.
It may not be legally or technically, but morally, he accepted a bribe.
technically, Rouhani is right, but the reality is very different.
technically his offence was punishable by death—the old Chinese code being most stringent in such matters.
technically it is called a message; and might often actually be called a menace.
It is technically impossible to discontinue our military preparations which have been made necessary by the Austrian mobilization.
technically in all these stories the child exemplifies the two rules.
Sedgwick, a brigadier, and technically in command of the thirty thousand, was a straight militarist in training.
1610s, "skilled in a particular art or subject," formed in English from Greek tekhnikos "of art," from tekhne "art, skill, craft" (see techno-). The sense narrowed to "having to do with the mechanical arts" (1727). Basketball technical foul (one which does not involve contact between opponents) is recorded from 1934. Boxing technical knock-out (one in which the loser is not knocked out) is recorded from 1921; abbreviation TKO is from 1940s.