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English definition of “tool up”

tool up

phrasal verb with tool
 
 
/tuːl/ verb
[I or T] to prepare for an activity or job with new equipment: tool up for sth The company is tooling up for the predicted increase in contracts.tool sth up The president has tooled up his office with a webcam.
(Definition of tool up from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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