Translation of technical in Spanish:


técnico, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈtɛknɪk(ə)l//ˈtɛknək(ə)l/


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    • 1.1(of technology)

      (expertise/education/equipment) técnico
      technical difficulty (in technique) dificultad técnica feminine
      • a technical hitch un problema (de carácter) técnico
      • Such forms are common in military, industrial, and technical usage.
      • The second factor that helped to transform this broad area of popular culture was the adaptation and exploitation of a range of technical innovations and industrial developments.
      • In practice, the opposite is occurring in every technical field except health sciences.
      • Their scientific and technical achievements allowed the Europeans to dominate the world.
      • It was an extraordinary technical achievement.
      • It also documents the scientific and technical achievements in farming before 1945.
      • The technical achievements of Western industrial society have been magnificent, but there has been a cost on the social side with a loss of community.
      • The successful applicant will hold a foods science or technical qualification or a relevant amount of experience in a food environment.
      • Yes, the spacecraft returned and he was given information concerning the alien planet with its exceptionally high level of scientific and technical achievement.
      • Probably not, just as technical or industrial progress would not have been furthered by mediaeval religious fundamentalism.
      • According to him, what made modern science possible was not technical advances in instrumentation so much as a new way of looking at the world.
      • Friends described him as reserved, almost taciturn, but insatiably curious about science and technical processes.
      • In 1955-1957 the Sputnik era caused our educational system to focus on science and technical improvements.
      • His research interests are the economics of science and technical changes, and the theory of diffusion of new technologies.
      • The objectifying consciousness that brought about the rise of natural science and the advanced technical culture of the West profoundly damaged theological thought.
      • These technical achievements are intriguing.
      • The award recognizes outstanding technical contributions to aerosol science and technology by a young scientist.
      • And now we are so successful in the biomedical sciences we have the technical ability to change our very biological essence, our genes.
      • This also serves to stimulate possible future careers in science of technical fields.
      • I mean, NASA is working with a lot of very bright folks in the science and engineering and technical fields.

    • 1.2(specialized)

      (journal/language/translator) técnico
      (dictionary) técnico
      (dictionary) especializado
      technical term tecnicismo masculine
      • don't get too technical, please! ¡por favor, déjate de tecnicismos!
      • What follows is a plan that integrates all three - technical skills, endurance, and strength - in order to deliver you to base camp in top form.
      • This is a technical book that assumes a fairly extensive knowledge of second temple Judaism.
      • He demonstrates how fiercely technical a craft climbing is, solitary, dangerous and exacting.
      • She also acquired new technical skills at the conference.
      • But while the overall story is predictable and shallow some of the individual pages and the monologues therein are nice, and the illustrations executed with some technical skill.
      • For further information see the technical article in this issue.
      • Overall, technical books were published when a senior researcher with years of experience had something significant to write about.
      • There are no great technical difficulties in making simple outline drawings using the camera.
      • However, these are very minor issues and any technical book containing this amount of information is bound to have an occasional mistake.
      • In this picture he displays great technical virtuosity.
      • As the preface in this book states; ‘This is not a technical book nor a popular one either!’
      • I wish every technical book could follow the same pattern.
      • He is author of nine books and more than 200 articles, chapters, technical reports and other writings.
      • I believe every technical book should have three qualities: good indices, clear writing and wise use of appendices.
      • I like his work, especially knowing it takes technical skill to mix the polymers for canvas paintings that can be rolled, shipped, unrolled and stretched.
      • Cinematography is the technical craft of shooting a film: the camera, lens, film, filters, framing, etc.
      • There is a steep discount on some foreign technical books, and many students wade through whatever is available to pick the title of their choice.
      • But in order to initiate this interplay, the creator - the artist - must have some measure of skill or technical proficiency in his or her craft.
      • Although the second part of the book is technical in nature, end users will find useful hints sprinkled throughout.
      • The difference here is that you actually need the technical knowledge and physical skill to perform.
      • But aside from the technical skills displayed, it shows what an excellent job was done in terms of public consultation.
      • Its primary function will be to provide technical expertise on subjects such as weight-training.
      • But for a uniform service which is steeped in its history, culture and tradition, it is not just about the technical skills that you bring, it is this recognition of peer solidarity.
      • E-support content encompasses everything from frequently asked questions to white papers, technical tips and technical articles.
      • Like the index at the back of a technical book, the database uses indexes internally to look up your data much faster.
      • Wedding photography is an evolving field that requires artistic talent, vision, and highly technical expertise.
      • He is the author of more than 30 technical articles and is a fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.
      • The true tattoo artist has had years of formal training and apprenticeship and has thoroughly learned the technical skills of the craft.
      • Of course, the accompanying technical article provides many of the details.
      • The internet is full of technical articles, many of which are way too complicated for the average computer user who just wants to solve a simple problem.
      • News items, announcements, technical articles, handy tips and tricks, can all be said to be useful resources on the web.
      • During the first three decades of the twentieth century, many of its articles were technical, tactical, and even strategic in character.
      • I'm more drawn to work with actors who are strong in their technical craft.
      • His book is a technical book written for specialists.
      • Great cinematography is a true art form and its practitioners combine an artistic eye, consummate technical skill and long term experience to come up with a great shot.
      • Though literacy has enabled rural poor to acquaint themselves with technical skills necessary for increasing their income and thus, reducing the incidence of poverty.
      • He opted for art as a vocation during his school days and then received formal training in art in Kolkata where he acquired technical skill and developed an attitude to experiment with new ideas.
      • Courses may range from personal effectiveness programs to advanced training in highly technical skills.
      • He is a prolific writer, with more than two dozen technical articles and books to his name.
      • His articles are highly technical and written for specialists in the field of differential geometry.

    • 1.3(of technique)

      (skill/perfection) técnico

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    (in strict terms)
    it was a technical victory, but we gained no real benefit en teoría fue una victoria, pero no obtuvimos ningún beneficio real