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tool

noun /tuːl/
an instrument for doing work, especially by hand
instrumento
hammers, saws and other tools the tools of his trade Advertising is a powerful tool.
toolbar /ˈtuːlˌbaː/ noun ( computing) a row of icons on a computer screen which you click on in order to perform particular actions within a particular software program
Barra de Herramientas
The toolbar can be moved to any side of the screen.
(Definition of tool from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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