[ US /ˌɫoʊˈtɛk/ ]
  1. not involving high technology
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How To Use low-tech In A Sentence

  • For years we have struggled with low-tech solutions to our high-tech problems. Times, Sunday Times
  • He made low-tech, budget space movies.
  • One segment of the show involving shadow puppetry and storytelling had a silly, low-tech charm. Times, Sunday Times
  • I wonder what would be more costly, several one-day terminal shutdowns, or the cleanup from a low-tech radioactive dirty bomb shoved into an unsecured container somewhere along the way?
  • To track and monitor our progress, we chose a low-tech, high visibility approach: we used the walls, handwritten index cards, and white boards of the XP room to record project progress and designs.
  • While news sites, social networks and even e-commerce websites allow for real-time, multimedia interactions, traditional online matchmakers are comparably low-tech, more like virtual singles bars where daters wander around wearing boards listing their key characteristics: age, height, an aversion to poodles. Online Dating Startups Drive Matchmaking Makeover
  • The data net is so low-tech that it has to overnight mug shots of terrorists to far-flung offices.
  • Though the presentation was resolutely low-tech, the blocking was complicated and well rehearsed.
  • The bombings were carried out by suicide attackers, and show the power of even low-tech terrorist attacks.
  • Mushtaq made his knives using the lowest of low-tech methods in a traditional manner, hammering and forging the high-carbon tool steel by hand, using gas-fed firebrick ovens and open fires and anvils and suchlike that would have been at home back in the dawn of space flight, even before. Archive 2006-08-01
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