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Spell Check of technology

Correct spelling: technology

Definition of technology:

  1. The science of the industrial arts.

Common misspellings for technology:

  • technolgy (17%)
  • tecnology (12%)
  • techology (8%)
  • techonology (8%)
  • technoligy (6%)
  • techonolgy (3%)
  • technoloy (2%)
  • technologie (2%)
  • technolagy (2%)
Misspellings percentages are collected from over 15,411,110 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jun 2012.

Examples of usage for technology:

  1. The per capita production of the Soviet Union still did not come up to that of the United States, but the recent advances in technology did allow a feeling of accomplishment, and the hard drive for superiority was softened a trifle. "The Foreign Hand Tie" , Gordon Randall Garrett.
  2. Many farmers, hoping to offset the low prices with higher yields, took advantage of the new technology to produce bumper crops; the result was an additional surplus and even lower prices. "Frying Pan Farm" , Elizabeth Brown Pryor.

Quotes for technology:

  1. I think that there are changes that have occurred in technology that make is that more people can have the same level of information that I have. My advantage is that I'm very good at interpreting the information. - Jim Cramer
  2. Technology is us. There is no separation. It's a pure expression of human creative will. It doesn't exist anywhere else in the universe. I'm rather sure of that. - David Cronenberg
  3. I think one of the greatest enemies in the use of technology, however, is the idea that if you use the technology you have to throw other things out of the window. - John Eaton
  4. This would only come if you have a revolutionary change in technology like the jet brought about. - Adolf Galland
  5. In 1948 I entered the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, undecided between studies of chemistry and physics, but my first year convinced me that physics was more interesting to me. - Burton Richter

Rhymes for technology:

  1. hematology.