- of or relating to technology; relating to science and industry.
- Economics. caused by technical advances in production methods.
Origin of technological
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Examples from the Web for technologically
For my technologically illiterate mother, the idea of paying bills online provokes as much anxiety as throwing something away.I’m a Digital Hoarder
December 17, 2014
It is a highly efficient, fair, reliable, technologically advanced, and cheap-enough middleman.Meet the Servicey New Dow
September 10, 2013
Commerce in technologically advanced countries is no longer an impersonal exchange of goods.Business Is Personal: Why the EU's New Guidelines Could Hurt Israel's Economy
July 17, 2013
As the information technology sector grows in India, many students focus on technologically geared careers.DataWind Prepared $20 Tablet Computer for Indian Market
January 30, 2013
Just technologically it looks feasible—what you need are stronger magnets you can bend around and have these higher energies.When Particles Collide
October 11, 2011
But then, of course, was the question of what to do with the technologically unemployed.Mercenary
Dallas McCord Reynolds
At that time we were approximately 300 years ahead, technologically, of the people of Mert.Conquest Over Time
Aesthetic structuring, culturally rooted and technologically supported, affects the efficiency of designed items.The Civilization of Illiteracy
These dockyards were so technologically advanced that they were daily viewed by visitors and ambassadors.Our Legal Heritage, 5th Ed.
S. A. Reilly
Technologically, it was a repeatable miracle that occurred too often to even be interesting.Planet of the Damned
Word Origin and History for technologically
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