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tool kit

noun [C]
 
 
PRODUCTION, WORKPLACE a set of tools that are used for making or repairing something: He keeps a tool kit handy for any emergency repairs. We need a plumber with a tool kit to fix our drains.
HR skills and knowledge that are useful for a particular purpose or activity, considered together: This training will provide you with a good basic tool kit to start your career in customer care. The typical doctor's tool kit has expanded with the advance of medical technologies.
(Definition of tool kit from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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