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Princeton's WordNet

  1. technicallyadverb

    with regard to technique

    "technically lagging behind the Japanese"; "a technically brilliant boxer"

  2. technicallyadverb

    with regard to technical skill and the technology available

    "a technically brilliant solution"

  3. technicallyadverb

    according to the exact meaning; according to the facts

    "technically, a bank's reserves belong to the stockholders"; "technically, the term is no longer used by experts"

Wiktionary

  1. technicallyadverb

    Based on precise facts.

    Technically he was Canadian, but everyone assumed he was American.

  2. technicallyadverb

    Having the skills or talent required for a certain job or profession.

    Although she is technically gifted, her piano playing lacks passion.

  3. technicallyadverb

    According to the current state of science.

    For now, it is technically impossible to have a manned flight to Mercury.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Technicallyadverb

    in a technical manner; according to the signification of terms as used in any art, business, or profession

British National Corpus

  1. Adverbs Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'technically' in Adverbs Frequency: #427

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of technically in Chaldean Numerology is: 7

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of technically in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

Examples of technically in a Sentence

  1. Bill Gassett:

    Technically, if a basketball hoop is cemented into the ground, then it’s considered to go with the house. Freestanding ones sitting on the lawn, however, would be something buyers could take with them.

  2. Najib Razak:

    The disappearance of MH370 is without precedent, and so too is the search - by far the most complex and technically challenging in aviation history.

  3. Raymond Soneira:

    Foldable smartphones have been technically possible for quite a while, for the last several years both Samsung and LG have been showing flexible, bendable, and rollable OLED displays in their private suites at CES and at SID’s [Society for Information Display] Display Week conference.

  4. Andrea Pirlo:

    We are very happy with what Patrick Vieira is doing. We are working hard every day, and Patrick Vieira is bringing in new things that we are learning, there is a lot of hard work, both tactically and technically, as well as things that have n’t been done before. The team is really improving and seeing excellent results.

  5. John Inch:

    Technically, cash is getting better, but much of the gains come from reducing earlier guidance on costs.

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Translations for technically

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  • أصلاًArabic
  • tècnicamentCatalan, Valencian
  • eigentlich, fachlich, technischGerman
  • en realidad, técnicamenteSpanish
  • oikeasti, tosiasiallisesti, teknisestiFinnish
  • techniquement, véritablementFrench
  • तकनीकी रूप सेHindi
  • secara teknisIndonesian
  • veramente, tecnicamenteItalian
  • 기술적으로Korean
  • technisch gezien, strikt genomen, technisch, technisch gesprokenDutch
  • egentlig, tekniskNorwegian
  • technicznie, właściwiePolish
  • na realidade, tecnicamentePortuguese
  • технически, чтобы быть точным, собственно, формально, строго говоряRussian
  • tekniskt, egentligenSwedish
  • วิชาการ, ทั้งThai
  • teknik olarakTurkish
  • 技術上Chinese

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  • Brandon Cockerham
    Brandon Cockerham
    So somebody says technically yes you was correct on a question or an answer it's still a yes correct or not
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