technicum

noun tech·ni·cum
variants: or technikum \ˈteknə̇kəm\

Definition of technicum

plural -s
:a technical school especially in the U.S.S.R.

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Origin and Etymology of technicum

Russian or German; Russian tekhnikum, from German technikum, from Greek technikon, neuter of technikos technical


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