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device

noun /diˈvais/
something made for a purpose, eg a tool or instrument
aparato
a device for opening cans.
a plan or system of doing something, sometimes involving trickery
mecanismo, truco, estratagema
This is a device for avoiding income tax.
device, unlike advice, can be used in the plural: ingenious devices. devise is a verb: to devise a scheme.
Translations of “device”
in Korean 장치…
in Arabic جِهاز…
in French appareil, truc…
in Italian congegno, apparecchio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 物品, 裝置,器械…
in Russian устройство, приспособление…
in Turkish alet, edavat, tertibat…
in Polish urządzenie, przyrząd…
in Portuguese aparelho, dispositivo…
in German das Gerät, der Kniff…
in Catalan aparell…
in Japanese 装置…
in Chinese (Simplified) 物品, 装置,器械…
(Definition of device from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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