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apparatus

noun   /ˌæp·ərˈeɪ·təs/ ( plural apparatus, apparatuses)
a set of equipment or tools used for a particular purpose equipo The diver wore breathing apparatus.
(Definition of apparatus from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

apparatus

noun /ӕpəˈreitəs/ ( plural apparatus, apparatuses)
machinery, tools or equipment aparato; equipamiento chemical/gymnastic apparatus.
(Definition of apparatus from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “apparatus”
in Korean 기구, 장치…
in Arabic جِهاز…
in Malaysian perkakas…
in French appareil, équipement…
in Russian аппаратура…
in Chinese (Traditional) 設備, 儀器, 裝置…
in Italian apparecchiatura, apparecchio…
in Turkish aletler…
in Polish sprzęt, aparat, aparatura…
in Vietnamese dụng cụ…
in Portuguese aparelhagem…
in Thai อุปกรณ์…
in German das Gerät…
in Catalan aparell, equip…
in Japanese (特定の目的に使用する)機材, 器具, 道具…
in Chinese (Simplified) 设备, 仪器, 装置…
in Indonesian alat, aparat, peralatan…
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