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technically

Pronunciation: /ˈteknɪkli/

Translation of technically in Spanish:

adverb/adverbio

  • 1.1 (of technology) técnicamente technically, we've come a long way (sentence adv) desde el punto de vista técnico hemos avanzado mucho
    Example sentences
    • Many of the participants would be generally regarded as technically proficient Web users.
    • How can the most technically advanced and financially backed Intelligence services in the world not know the truth?
    • One of the most technically challenging and innovative bridges ever seen in this country has been built across the Ouse.
    1.2 (of technique) técnicamente technically, it's a very difficult piece (sentence adv) técnicamente or desde el punto de vista técnico, es una pieza muy difícil
    Example sentences
    • Unfortunately the next few releases, while still technically brilliant, were commercial flops.
    • Like Citizen Kane I find this movie to be technically brilliant, but mostly boring.
    • Expect English National Ballet's technically brilliant dancing to bring an evening of pure pleasure.
    1.3 (strictly speaking) estrictamente hablando
    Example sentences
    • The first is the fact that, technically, we don't know the candidates.
    • The fact that it is technically in breach of the car hire agreement is, surely, a civil matter and thus just a technicality?
    • Plus, the fact that it's technically a fungus puts off some communities like Jains.

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