- Less advanced or relatively unsophisticated technological development or equipment: a spiral of declining markets, low technology, and uncompetitiveness [as modifier]: low technology marketsMore example sentences
- However, closer examination reveals the missiles had several of the other wonder weapons' problems: relatively low technology, little systems integration, and minimal reliability.
- Proper management of diarrhoeal diseases with relatively simple, low technology measures can reduce case fatality to less than 1%, even in cholera epidemics.
- They have told Third World countries to produce ‘cash crops’ and low technology manufactured goods as a way of entering the world market.
More definitions of low technologyDefinition of low technology in:
- The US English dictionary