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tech

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

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