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nontechnical

(nɒnˈtɛknɪkəl)
adj
not relating to, characteristic of, or skilled in a particular field of activity and its terminology
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Adj.1.nontechnical - not characteristic of or skilled in applied arts and sciencesnontechnical - not characteristic of or skilled in applied arts and sciences; "nontechnical aspects of the job"; "nontechnical training"; "an untechnical reader"; "in clear effective nontechnical language"
technical - characterizing or showing skill in or specialized knowledge of applied arts and sciences; "a technical problem"; "highly technical matters hardly suitable for the general public"; "a technical report"; "producing the A-bomb was a challenge to the technical people of this country"; "technical training"; "technical language"
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In one case, a relatively nontechnically proficient cyber thief purchased tools to exploit a vulnerable organization, leveraged free technical support to orchestrate his attack, and then extracted more than 1,000 medical records that the service provider said could net him about $15,564.
Communication is also a key skill, being able to converse technically with peers and nontechnically to clients.
In these passages, naturally, spontaneously and vaguely, and in ordinary language all seem to mean, in a word, nontechnically.
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The central access monitoring and control stations will be augmented by this physical and logical security convergence in order to maintain the usability from the perspectives of the nontechnically oriented correctional officers.
They will cover stock management, web site construction for the nontechnically minded and task and time management.
Various Internet sites offer software and storage so that nontechnically minded people can create a personal website or blog.
This paper discusses briefly and nontechnically some different aspects of manuscript studies and manuscript conservation.
Scientists envision a time when this technology will enable nontechnically trained staff or nursing aids in a point-of-care situation at hospitals to use a pinprick of blood to get a 150-component blood analysis.