Meaning of TECHNOLOGY in English

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 ~

▪ 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 ~ developed for planes

▪ invest in

The company is investing heavily in new technologies.

TECHNOLOGY + VERB

▪ advance , develop , evolve

Telecommunications ~ is developing fast.

▪ exist

The ~ already exists to do this.

▪ allow sth , enable sth

This ~ enables computers to read handwriting.

PREPOSITION

▪ ~ for

the ~ for the extraction of iron ore

PHRASES

▪ advances in ~

recent advances in medical ~

▪ the impact of (a) ~

▪ science and ~

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