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Translation of "kit" - English-Spanish dictionary

kit

noun   /kɪt/
B1 things that you keep in a container ready for a particular use kit, juego, equipo a tool kit
a set of parts that you put together to make something kit, maqueta, piezas para ensamblar He’s making a model aeroplane from a kit.
A2 UK the clothes that you wear for a particular sport equipo Where’s my football kit?
(Definition of kit from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

kit

/kit/
(an outfit of) tools, clothes etc for a particular purpose equipo He carried his tennis kit in a bag a repair kit for mending punctures in bicycle tyres.
a collection of the materials etc required to make something maqueta, kit He bought a model aeroplane kit.
kitbag noun
a strong bag for holding (usually a soldier’s) kit. mochila
kit out phrasal verb ( past tense, past participle kitted out)
to provide with all the clothes, tools etc necessary for a particular purpose equipar The money was spent on kitting out the school football team.
(Definition of kit from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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