technological

[tek-nuh-loj-i-kuhl]
adjective
1.
of or pertaining to technology; relating to science and industry.
2.
Economics. caused by technical advances in production methods.
Also, technologic.


Origin:
1620–30; technolog(y) + -ical

technologically, adverb
antitechnological, adjective
nontechnologic, adjective
nontechnological, adjective
nontechnologically, adverb
pretechnological, adjective
pretechnologically, adverb

technical, technological.
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technology (tɛkˈnɒlədʒɪ)
 
n , pl -gies
1.  the application of practical sciences to industry or commerce
2.  the methods, theory, and practices governing such application: a highly developed technology
3.  the total knowledge and skills available to any human society for industry, art, science, etc
 
[C17: from Greek tekhnologia systematic treatment, from tekhnē art, skill]
 
technological
 
adj
 
techno'logically
 
adv
 
tech'nologist
 
n

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Example sentences
We invite other countries to pool their technological resources in this
  undertaking.
For the rest of us, our uneasy protests against technology almost inevitably
  take technological form.
In many ways it was a model of clever engineering and technological
  accomplishment.
Ultimately, this technological breakthrough would usher in the age of
  exploration and of empire building.
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