Meaning of TECHNICAL in English
tech ‧ ni ‧ cal S2 W2 AC /ˈteknɪk ə l/ BrE AmE adjective
[ Word Family: noun : technicalities, ↑ technicality , ↑ technician , ↑ technique ; adverb : ↑ technically ; adjective : ↑ technical ]
[ Date: 1600-1700 ; Language: Greek ; Origin: technikos 'of art, skillful' , from techne 'art, skill' ]
1 . MACHINES connected with knowledge of how machines work:
Our staff will be available to give you technical support.
I have no technical knowledge at all.
2 . technical problem/hitch a problem involving the way a machine or system works:
We’ve been having some technical problems with the new hardware.
3 . LANGUAGE technical language is language that is difficult for most people to understand because it is connected with one particular subject or used in one particular job:
I didn’t understand all the technical terms.
4 . DETAILS/RULES relating to small exact details or rules that say how a system should work:
He called for the legislation to be delayed on a technical point.
This is a technical violation of the treaty.
5 . SKILLS technical ability is the ability to do the difficult things that you have to do in order to play music, do a sport etc:
a young player with a lot of technical ability
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English. Longman - Словарь современного английского языка. 2012