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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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techtech1 /tek/ noun [countable]  British English old-fashioned informalSEC a technical college
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techYet how typical of a tech to spell this all out so literally.A tech knew the appropriate litanies to mutter.And then along came an old battered AC30, which Lance, my guitar tech, gave to me.Britain's future must be high skill, high wage and high tech.However, the period design features cleverly conceal a wealth of high tech services.This high tech tent is the latest in mobile medical hardware, which could help save lives.Aye, babbled sanctimoniously!! i When, for its sake, Valence himself had abandoned his own tech kin!Now their commander must dragoon several tech or merchant gangs from the Oberon spire into the ranks.
techtech2 verb   tech downFrom Longman Business Dictionarytechtech1 /tek/ adjective [only before a noun] informal technical or technologicalA lot of smaller tech companies are reporting disappointing profits.the tech support staff see also high-tech, low-techtechtech2 (also technical) noun [countable] journalismFINANCE a technology company
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