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tech·no·crat

 (tĕk′nə-krăt′)
n.
1. An adherent or a proponent of technocracy.
2. A technical expert, especially one in a managerial or administrative position.

tech′no·crat′ic adj.
Translations

technocratic

[ˌteknəˈkrætɪk] ADJtecnocrático

technocratic

[ˌtɛknəˈkrætɪk] adjtechnocratique

technocratic

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