Translation of technician in Spanish:

technician

técnico, n.

Pronunciation /tɛkˈnɪʃ(ə)n//tɛkˈnɪʃən/

noun

  • 1

    (skilled worker)
    técnico feminine
    técnico masculine
    técnica feminine
    • The same technician using the same equipment performed the echocardiography.
    • A medical laboratory technician is not expected to become a supervisor, nor is he or she qualified to act as a technical consultant.
    • The team would also include two laboratory technicians well acquainted with gene technology and biochemical techniques.
    • The program he took is dual-purpose: to train construction equipment operators and technicians.
    • By the time the aircraft lands the truck will be waiting with the technicians, spares and equipment on board to repair the aircraft.
    • Our study could not have been completed without the hard work of numerous field and laboratory technicians.
    • One woman, a laboratory technician, is believed to have been taken to hospital as a precaution when she reported breathing in fumes.
    • However, he also said the Government must make a commitment to funding that would ensure every school has a modern laboratory and technicians to assist teachers.
    • To use the device, a laboratory technician places each patient sample in a separate well of an eight-well block, which is then handled as a unit.
    • The care unit includes a laboratory with a technician and a pharmacy with a pharmacist.
    • The site currently employs technical and mechanical engineers, chemical analysts, laboratory technicians and support staff.
    • A laboratory technician checked urine for ultraviolet fluorescence indicating the presence of riboflavin.
    • The report also expressed concern about the pay and conditions for laboratory technicians, saying an additional 4,000 were needed in schools.
    • I have worked as a hotel night-clerk, a taxicab driver, a tree puller, a house painter, and a laboratory technician.
    • Equally, many of the shortages in public services such as the health service from nurses to radiographers and laboratory technicians will disappear.
    • He started his working life as a laboratory technician and spent five years completing an Open University degree before becoming a science teacher.
    • I attended college, graduated with honours, and secured a position at a general hospital as a laboratory technician.
    • Hundreds of crew members, technicians and film laboratory workers were sworn to secrecy.
    • Next, select the staff members that will be using this machine the most, and have the equipment technician perform the proper training.
    • Laboratory technicians battling cancer want to improve diagnosis and treatment of the disease.