techniques (plural noun)
  1. a way of carrying out a particular task, especially the execution or performance of an artistic work or a scientific procedure.
    "new surgical techniques mean a shorter hospital stay" ·
    "the techniques used by Turner, Rembrandt, and Degas"
early 19th century: from French, from Latin technicus ( see technic).
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How to use technique in a sentence?
a technique which examines and identifies each character with the highest level of precision.
using this technique makes it possible to encode and transmit recorded video information.
tape recording is a good technique for evaluating our own communications.
his perseverance with the technique illustrates his single-mindedness.
our new technique uses a lot less water than previous pretreatments.
harmonization is a different sort of skill than vocal technique.
a technique known as random amplification of polymorphic DNA.
the technique was pioneered by a Swiss doctor in the 1930s.
the bowler was happy to demonstrate his overarm technique.
visualization is a helpful technique for relieving stress.
the technique requires validation in controlled trials.
a new technique of intestinal anastomosis was devised.
new surgical techniques mean a shorter hospital stay.
the English batting technique has been found wanting.
the techniques used by Turner, Rembrandt, and Degas.
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How to say technique in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans (NOUN)tegniek
Arabic (NOUN)تقنية, التقنية, الأسلوب, أسلوب, تقنيات
Bangla পদ্ধতি
Bosnian (Latin) tehnika
Bulgarian (NOUN)техника
Cantonese (Traditional) 技術
Catalan (NOUN)tècnica
Chinese Simplified 技术
Chinese Traditional 技術
Croatian (NOUN)tehnika
Czech (NOUN)technika, postup, počítačového
Danish (NOUN)teknik
Dutch (NOUN)techniek
Estonian (NOUN)tehnikat, meetod, Trükitehnika
Fijian iwalewale
Filipino diskarteng
Finnish (NOUN)tekniikka, taito, menetelmä
French (NOUN)méthode
German (NOUN)Technik, Verfahren, Methode
Greek (NOUN)τεχνική
Haitian Creole teknik
Hebrew (NOUN)טכניקה, הטכניקה, בטכניקה, שיטה, שיטת
Hindi (NOUN)तकनीक
Hmong Daw txheej txheem
Hungarian (NOUN)technika, eljárás, módszer
Icelandic (NOUN)tækni
Indonesian (NOUN)teknik, tehnik
Italian (NOUN)tecnica
Japanese (NOUN)テクニック, 手法, 技術, 技法, 法, 技
Kiswahili (NOUN)mbinu
Korean (NOUN)기법, 기술, 테크닉
Latvian (NOUN)tehnika, paņēmiens, metodi, tehnoloģija
Lithuanian (NOUN)technika, metodas, būdas
Malagasy teknika
Malay (Latin) (NOUN)teknik
Maltese (NOUN)teknika
Norwegian Bokmål teknikk
Persian (NOUN)تکنیک, روش
Polish (NOUN)technika
Portuguese (NOUN)técnica
Querétaro Otomi técnica
Romanian (NOUN)tehnica
Russian (NOUN)техника, метод, прием, способ
Samoan metotia
Serbian (Cyrillic) техника
Serbian (Latin) tehnika
Slovak (NOUN)technika, metóda
Slovenian (NOUN)tehnika
Spanish (NOUN)técnica
Swedish (NOUN)teknik
Tahitian tei
Tamil தொழில் நுட்பம்
Telugu టెక్నిక్
Thai (NOUN)เทคนิค
Tongan founga
Turkish (NOUN)tekniği
Ukrainian (NOUN)техніка, метод, спецтехніка, технологія
Urdu (NOUN)ٹیکنالوجی
Vietnamese (NOUN)kỹ thuật, kĩ thuật
Welsh (NOUN)dechneg, techneg
Yucatec Maya láaka
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