from The Century Dictionary.
- Same as
- Practising many arts.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Polytechnic.
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With her son safely enrolled at a polytechnical institute in Prague, Shapiro made her way to Munkacs in October 1921.
An industrial base which supports the construction of the nuclear power plant, roads, railroad tracks, a polytechnical school, a port for large ships, and the other projects required for the technical and service infrastructure of this colossal project have been built.
An industrial base that supports the construction of the CEN, roads, railroad tracks, a polytechnical school, a port for large ships, and all the other projects required for the technical and service infrastructure of this colossal project have been built.
This is why, even in difficult conditions, and since we have to do this construction and develop this field, we decided to draw up a rush project and make the Blas Roca Contingent responsible for building this polytechnical school.
So this polytechnical school has been located close to this food industry center.
I am told that there is an agricultural polytechnical school near here, and that you can reach some kind of agreement with that school.
Well, I am not too sure that science has gained a lot; I think you have gained a lot, because you have a new school, designed and planned expressly to be a polytechnical school for the food industry.
So it seemed more reasonable to us to turn that facility into a research center linked to those that were being built, that had been created there, and to use those buildings instead of building a new research center; and to build the food industry polytechnical school here next to the food industry research center.
It is really an ideal place to locate this food industry polytechnical school.
[Unidentified speaker] More or less 50 polytechnical schools.