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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtechniciantech‧ni‧cian /tekˈnɪʃən/ ●●○ noun [countable]  1 WORKERsomeone whose job is to check equipment or machines and make sure that they are working properly a laboratory technician a hospital technician2 GOOD ATsomeone who is very good at the skills of a particular sport, music, art etc Whether he was a great artist or not, Dali was a superb technician.
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technicianA complete floor in a central telephone complex in Belfast was taken over by army technicians.His action was taped by a college technician for Faldo to replay.a dental technicianBelow her, technicians were preparing a long-range executive transporter for launch.Kawasaki technicians bustling round the test bike confidently tell me it is the best bike yet.Stewart has become a real technician as an offensive guard.It's a long way from the sturdy frames the technicians normally handle.I can't understand what is said, but one of the technicians is laughing.I have a workshop with a supervisor and three technicians and my own secretary.Thus, technicians of all kinds worked together in a close-knit, focused group.
From Longman Business Dictionarytechniciantech‧ni‧cian /tekˈnɪʃən/ noun [countable]JOB a skilled scientific or industrial workerThese machines must be installed by trained technicians.a laboratory technician
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