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electrotechnology

Line breaks: elec¦tro|tech|nol¦ogy
Pronunciation: /ɪˌlɛktrəʊtɛkˈnɒlədʒi
 
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Definition of electrotechnology in English:

noun

[mass noun]
The science of the application of electricity in technology.
Example sentences
  • Electrotechnology is a fast developing, high tech industry spanning occupations in the electrical, sustainable energy, electronic, communications and information technology fields.
  • In the field of electro-technology investors also rose from the ranks of family inheritors.

Derivatives

electrotechnic

1
Pronunciation: /-ˈtɛknɪk/
adjective
Example sentences
  • I had a Electrotechnic course last year.
  • A company based in the West of Poland, specialising in the production and installation of and trading in electrotechnic products, seeks innovative production technology for low-voltage switch fuses.

electrotechnical

2
Pronunciation: /-ˈtɛknɪk(ə)l/
adjective
Example sentences
  • However, the work based training provider said just 2,100 apprentices were taking National Vocational Qualifications in the electrotechnical industry each year.
  • The company was an association of Dutch wholesale distributors of electrotechnical equipment (cables, plugs, switches, sockets) used in construction.
  • The organisation's mission is to promote voluntary harmonization of electrotechnical Standards in Europe in co-operation with its European partners and worldwide.

electrotechnics

3
Pronunciation: /-ˈtɛknɪks/
noun
Example sentences
  • He returned to the Gymnasium in Berlin, then began part-time study of electrotechnics at the Polytechnicum in Charlottenburg.
  • Our electrotechnics division transforms silver alloys into electrical contacts for electrical distribution, transportation and household appliances.
  • The part devoted to electrotechnics will mainly focus on understanding electrical machines with a particular emphasis on modern devices.

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