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tech

[ tek ]
/ tɛk /
Informal.
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adjective

technical: The engineers sat together exchanging tech talk.
technology: the tech industry.

noun

a technician: He's a tech for a film crew.
technology: She has a good grasp of computer tech.

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Origin of tech

1950–55; by shortening

Definition for tech (2 of 2)

tech.

abbreviation

technic.
technical.
technology.
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British Dictionary definitions for tech (1 of 2)

tech
/ (tɛk) /

noun

informal short for technical college

British Dictionary definitions for tech (2 of 2)

tech.

abbreviation for

technical
technology
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