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1. High technology.
2. A style of interior decoration marked by the use of industrial materials, equipment, or design.
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|Noun||1.||high tech - highly advanced technological development (especially in electronics)|
automation, mechanisation, mechanization - the act of implementing the control of equipment with advanced technology; usually involving electronic hardware; "automation replaces human workers by machines"
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high tech[ˌhaɪˈtɛk] n → high-tech m, haute technologie fhigh-tech [ˌhaɪˈtɛk] adj [computer] → high-tech; [industry, company, sector] → high-tech inv, de haute technologie inv; [medicine] → high-tech inv, de haute technologie inv; [equipment, weapons] → high-tech inv, de haute technologie invhigh technology n → haute technologie fhigh-tension [ˌhaɪˈtenʃən] modif [cable] → haute tension invhigh tide n → marée f haute
at high tide → à marée hautehigh treason n → haute trahison fhigh up adj (in hierarchy) → haut placé(e)
somebody quite high up in the navy → quelqu'un de haut placé dans la marine
see also highhigh-up [ˌhaɪˈʌp] (British) n (= powerful person) → grosse légume fhigh water n (= high tide) → montée f des eaux
see also hellhigh-water mark high water mark n
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