tech

[tek] Informal.
adjective
1.
technical: The engineers sat together exchanging tech talk.
noun
2.
a technician: He's a tech for a film crew.
3.
technology: She has a good grasp of computer tech.

Origin:
by shortening

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tech (tɛk)
 
n
informal short for technical college

tech.
 
abbreviation for
1.  technical
2.  technology

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Abbreviations & Acronyms
tech
technical person
tech.
  1. technical

  2. technician

Tech.
technology
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Example sentences
High-tech firms that used to care nothing about advertising are suddenly
  spending a small fortune on building brands.
Most oceanographers use satellites and high-tech buoys for tracking currents.
There's something for everyone at this interactive, high-tech museum.
It was a subtly impressive demonstration of the alternative payment system's
  appeal to the tech-savvy.
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