technology


technology
noun
ADJECTIVE
current, existing
emerging, the latest, modern, new

small businesses that are involved with emerging technologies

basic, low
core
advanced, complex, cutting-edge, high, leading-edge, sophisticated, state-of-the-art, up-to-date
alternative, innovative

a car based on alternative technology

efficient
computer, digital, electronic, energy, information, management, manufacturing, nuclear, production, satellite, software
communication, communications, telecommunications
Bluetooth™, broadband, DSL, interactive, Internet, wireless
educational, environmental, medical, military
VERB + TECHNOLOGY
have

We now have the technologies to transplant limbs.

adopt, apply, embrace, employ, exploit, implement, introduce, take advantage of, use, utilize

We need to exploit existing technologies more fully.

create, develop, improve
be based on, incorporate

a car engine based on technology developed for planes

invest in

The company is investing heavily in new technologies.

TECHNOLOGY + VERB
advance, develop, evolve

Telecommunications technology is developing fast.

exist

The technology already exists to do this.

allow sth, enable sth

This technology enables computers to read handwriting.

PREPOSITION
technology for

the technology for the extraction of iron ore

PHRASES
advances in technology

recent advances in medical technology

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the impact of (a) technology
science and technology

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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  • technology — 1610s, discourse or treatise on an art or the arts, from Gk. tekhnologia systematic treatment of an art, craft, or technique, originally referring to grammar, from tekhno (see TECHNO (Cf. techno )) + LOGY (Cf. logy). The meaning science of the… …   Etymology dictionary

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