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tech

 (tĕk) Informal
n.
1. A technician.
2. Technology.
3. Technical work.
adj.
Technical.

tech

(tɛk)
n
(Education) informal short for technical college

tech

(tɛk)
Informal. adj.
1. technical: tech talk.
n.
2. a technician.
3. technology: computer tech.
4. technical work.
[1905–10]

tech.

1. technic.
2. technical.
3. technology.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.tech - a school teaching mechanical and industrial arts and the applied sciencestech - a school teaching mechanical and industrial arts and the applied sciences
school - an educational institution; "the school was founded in 1900"
engineering school, polytechnic, polytechnic institute - a technical school offering instruction in many industrial arts and applied sciences
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"No--no--don't tech me--leave me be--leave me be--"
Nothin' 'cep' fish should be teched with the naked fingers, dad says.
New research from Tech Nation, the UK network for tech entrepreneurs, has identified the region, that covers the 10 local authorities of south east Wales, as one of 13 UK hotspots for the tech sector.
The latest report from Tech Nation, Bright Tech Future Jobs/ Skills, also shows that demand for roles such as Python developers has increased 34 times.
The number of capital jobs in the digital tech sector soared to more than 48,100 in 2017, growing at a rate three times faster than the national average, according to a report released today by entrepreneur network Tech Nation.
Based on management's projections, Fuel Tech analysts modeled for a loss of 2 cents per share on sales of $12.11 million.
Meanwhile, the NYC metro region saw modest but steady increases across other tech occupations and continues to boast a deep pool of software developers and programmers, the most highly skilled tech talent.
This year, the event will 'welcome over 15,000 entrepreneurs, brands, corporates, investors and tech start-ups from 100+ countries to meet and share new ideas, build partnerships and celebrate digital disruption," the event's website said.
Tech Nation, the scaleup-network for UK entrepreneurs, which released its annual report this week, found that of the 169 unicorn tech companies created in Europe and Israel 35% were in the UK.
The annual state of the nation report from Tech Nation says that the region's digital firms have a combined turnover of PS1.26bn, an increase of more than 25% from last year.
VIVA TECH is the leading startup rendezvous among Europe; it attracts more than 1,900 international venture capitals, 9,000 startups, and 1 million visitors from over 125 countries.
The transformation of the tech industry has occurred before our eyes but so gradually and at such a great scale that unless you zoomed all the way out, it was easy to miss.