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apparatus

noun uk   /ˌæp.əˈreɪ.təs/  us   /-ˈræt̬.əs/ (plural apparatuses)

apparatus noun (EQUIPMENT)

[U or C] a set of equipment or tools or a machine that is used for a particular purpose: a piece of apparatus The divers checked their breathing apparatus.

apparatus noun (ORGANIZATION)

[C usually singular] an organization or system, especially a political one: The whole apparatus of communism was already falling apart.
Traducciones de “apparatus”
en árabe جِهاز…
en coreano 기구, 장치…
in Malaysian perkakas…
en francés appareil, équipement…
en turco aletler…
en italiano apparecchiatura, apparecchio…
en chino (tradicionál) 設備, 儀器, 裝置…
en ruso аппаратура…
en polaco sprzęt, aparat, aparatura…
in Vietnamese dụng cụ…
en español aparato, equipamiento…
en portugués aparelhagem…
in Thai อุปกรณ์…
en alemán das Gerät…
en catalán aparell, equip…
en japonés (特定の目的に使用する)機材, 器具, 道具…
in Indonesian alat, aparat, peralatan…
en chino (simplificado) 设备, 仪器, 装置…
(Definition of apparatus from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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