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techno-

pref.
Technology: technophobia.

[From techno(logy).]
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techno-

combining form
1. craft or art: technology; technography.
2. technological or technical: technocracy.
3. relating to or using technology: technophobia.
[from Greek tekhnē skill]
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tech•no

(ˈtɛk noʊ)
n.
a style of disco music characterized by very fast synthesizer rhythms and the heavy use of samples.
[1985–90]

techno-

a combining form representing technique or technology: technocracy.
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techno-

[ˈtɛknəʊ-] prefixtechno-
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