Definition of techno-thriller in English:

techno-thriller

Syllabification: tech·no-thril·ler
Pronunciation: /ˈteknō ˌT͟Hrilər
 
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noun

A novel or movie in which the excitement of the plot depends in large part upon the descriptions of computers, weapons, software, military vehicles, or other machines: Tom Clancy’s best-selling technothriller
More example sentences
  • ‘Tinkerers’, I would say, write big stand-alone thrillers, military novels, espionage, techno-thrillers, gangster-themed books, and so on and so forth.
  • Crichton, in particular, has put images in our mind, with a series of best-selling techno-thrillers, many of which have been transformed into blockbuster motion pictures.
  • During the summer, many of us avail ourselves of giant blockbuster books, bodice-rippers and techno-thrillers, tomes about the size of a brick with the sustenance of cotton candy.

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