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tool

noun [C] (EQUIPMENT)
设备
 
 
/tuːl/
a piece of equipment which you use with your hands to make or repair something
(用于生产或维修的)工具,器具
power tools
电动工具
machine tools
机床
Tools in general
something that helps you to do a particular activity
(帮助从事特定活动的)工具
A free low-interest credit card can be a useful budgeting tool.
一张免手续费的低息信用卡是一种有用的省钱的工具。
Things needed for a task
tool of the trade A tool of the trade is something you need to use to do your job
职业所需的工具;职业技能
For the modern sales executive, a Blackberry is one of the tools of the trade.
对现代的销售经理来说,黑莓手机是工作的需要。
Things needed for a task
Translations of “tool”
in Arabic أداة…
in Korean 도구…
in Malaysian alat…
in French outil, instrument…
in Turkish âlet, takım, edevat…
in Italian attrezzo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 設備, (用於生產或維修的)工具,器具, (幫助從事特定活動的)工具…
in Russian инструмент, средство…
in Polish narzędzie…
in Vietnamese công cụ…
in Spanish instrumento…
in Portuguese ferramenta…
in Thai เครื่องมือ…
in German das Werkzeug…
in Catalan eina…
in Japanese 道具, 用具…
in Indonesian alat…
(Definition of tool noun (EQUIPMENT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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