from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. High technology.
- n. A style of interior decoration marked by the use of industrial materials, equipment, or design.
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- n. high technology; the most advanced technology available
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- n. highly advanced technological development (especially in electronics)
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William Marmon of Chevy Chase, Maryland, demands a ruling as soon as possible: Has agnostic—‘holding the belief that the ultimate reality on matters such as the existence of God is unknowable’—been successfully morphed by high tech to mean ‘indifferent’?
The worst thing about automeds, he'd often thought — aside from their resemblance to high tech coffins — was the way the damn things demanded the total surrender of one's dignity.