(comparative more technically, superlative most technically)
- Based on precise facts.
- Technically he was Canadian, but everyone assumed he was American.
- Having the skills or talent required for a certain job or profession.
- Although she is technically gifted, her piano playing lacks passion.
- According to the current state of science.
- For now, it is technically impossible to have a manned flight to Mercury.
technical + -ly
Variant of technical
- having to do with the practical, industrial, or mechanical arts or the applied sciences: a technical school
- of, used in, or peculiar to a specific science, art, profession, craft, etc.; specialized: technical vocabulary
- skilled in a particular science, art, etc.: a technical assistant
- of, in, or showing technique: technical skill
- in terms of some science, art, etc.; according to principles or rules: a technical difference
- concerned with or making use of technicalities or minute, formal points
- Finance designating or of a market in which stock prices are sharply affected by short-run, speculative considerations: technical rally
Origin of technicaltechnic + -al