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1. technology

noun. ['tɛkˈnɑːlədʒi'] the practical application of science to commerce or industry.

Synonyms

  • automotive technology
  • application
  • communications technology
  • computer technology
  • aeronautical engineering
  • high tech
  • railroading
  • practical application
  • high technology
  • engineering
  • automotive engineering
  • rail technology
  • profession

Antonyms

  • indiscipline
  • noncitizen
  • unsusceptible
  • insubordinate

Etymology

  • τεχνολογία (Ancient Greek (to 1453))

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Words that Rhyme with Technology

  • micropaleontology
  • dendrochronology
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  • endocrinology
  • anesthesiology
  • paleontology
  • microbiology
  • geomorphology
  • epistemology
  • epidemiology
  • bacteriology
  • astrogeology
  • toxicology
  • pharmacology
  • kinesiology
  • gerontology
  • criminology
  • cosmetology
  • chocolatology
  • anthropology
  • terminology
  • scientology
  • rheumatology
  • ornithology
  • ophthalmology
  • methodology
  • meteorology
  • immunology
  • hematology
  • gynecology

How do you pronounce technology?

Pronounce technology as tɛkˈnɑləʤi.

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How do you spell technology? Is it tecnology ?

A common misspelling of technology is tecnology

Example sentences of the word technology


1. Noun, singular or mass
Built with ash wood, it makes the technology section of the desk feel a bit more natural.

Quotes containing the word technology


1. Very much, string theory is simply a work in progress. What we are inching toward every day are predictions that within the realm of current technology we hope to test. It's not like we're working on a theory that is permanently beyond experiment. That would be philosophy.
- Brian Greene

2. All art is dependent on technology because it's a human endeavour, so even when you're using charcoal on a wall or designed the proscenium arch, that's technology.
- George Lucas

3. In education, technology can be a life-changer, a game changer, for kids who are both in school and out of school. Technology can bring textbooks to life. The Internet can connect students to their peers in other parts of the world. It can bridge the quality gaps.
- Queen Rania of Jordan

2. technology

noun. ['tɛkˈnɑːlədʒi'] the discipline dealing with the art or science of applying scientific knowledge to practical problems.

Synonyms

  • civil engineering
  • EE
  • discipline
  • information technology
  • naval engineering
  • industrial engineering
  • engineering
  • field
  • nuclear engineering
  • IT
  • nanotechnology
  • computing
  • applied science
  • subject area
  • bioengineering
  • computer science
  • field of study
  • study
  • engineering science
  • subject field
  • industrial management
  • rocketry
  • bailiwick
  • aeronautical engineering
  • bionics
  • subject
  • mechanical engineering
  • electrical engineering
  • biotechnology
  • architectural engineering
  • ergonomics

Etymology

  • τεχνολογία (Ancient Greek (to 1453))
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