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Which is correct :

  • This is a technology age.
  • This is a technological age.

I've heard of "the age of technology", but I'm not sure about the first choice. Also, I feel when I use "technological", the noun should be a method or a mean.

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"technological" means "relating to or using technology". So if this is what you meant then this adjective is the right one. There's also "technologic" (archaic version of technological) but it's most probably out of use in PDE.

"technology" can appear as part of a compound noun meaning "associated with technology or relating to it"

  • Agreed about technologic: I have never heard it used. – JavaLatte Jan 24 '18 at 9:42
  • So, which one is appropriate in the case of "age"? – Ahmad Jan 24 '18 at 12:40
  • I hoped logic would work.. well, "technological age" means "an age relating to technology". – SovereignSun Jan 24 '18 at 12:51

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