- IPA: /ˈtɛk.nɪk.əl/
Of or pertaining to the useful or mechanic arts, or to any academic, legal, science, engineering, business, or the like terminology with specific and precise meaning or (frequently, as a degree of distinction) shades of meaning; specially appropriate to any art, science or engineering field, or business
- The words of an indictment must be technical.
- (of a person) Technically-minded; adept with science and technology.
- Relating to, or requiring, technique.
- The performance showed technical virtuosity, but lacked inspiration.
- Requiring advanced techniques for successful completion.
- (securities and other markets) Relating to the internal mechanics of a market rather than more basic factors.
- The market had a technical rally, due to an oversold condition.
- In the strictest sense, but not practically or meaningfully.
- Crossing the front lawn of that house to get to the mailbox was a technical trespass.
- non-technical, nontechnical
- French: technique
- German: technisch, fachlich, fachsprachlich, fachspezifisch, Fach-
- Italian: tecnico
- Portuguese: técnico
- Russian: техни́ческий
- Spanish: técnico
- German: technisch, technikorientiert
- German: markttechnisch
technical (plural technicals)
- A pickup truck with a gun mounted on it.
- (basketball) A technical foul: a violation of sportsmanlike conduct, not involving physical contact.
- (video games) A special move in certain fighting games that cancels out the effect of an opponent's attack.
- Short for technical school#English|school.
- Short for technical course#English|course.
- Short for technical examination#English|examination.