Definition of toolbox in English:

toolbox

Line breaks: tool|box
Pronunciation: /ˈtuːlbɒks
 
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noun

1A box or container for keeping tools in.
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  • Storing the toolbox containing said torch in the bottom of a dark drawer about as far away from my bedroom as it's possible to be probably isn't the most practical thing in the world.
  • The owner discovered two smaller boxes inside the toolbox, which were dated 1898.
  • Inside his cabin, McAbery reaches for the worn cardboard container that serves as his only toolbox.
1.1 Computing A set of software tools.
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  • Caching isn't the only thing in the software toolbox.
  • It is sure to remain in my software toolbox for years to come.
  • On top of the methodological resources collected and presented, the specialized web site could offer training programs, software, and even a software toolbox.
1.2 Computing The set of programs or functions accessible from a single menu.
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  • You can create your own workspace, paper space, templates, and views, as well as custom toolboxes, menus, and keystroke macros.
  • There is one very noticeable change, though: running your cursor over tools in the toolbox now makes them light up in color.
  • For years, bookmarks to frequently visited sites have been one very basic tool in the shortcut toolbox.

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