Definition of utensil in English:

utensil

Line breaks: uten|sil
Pronunciation: /juːˈtɛns(ə)l
 
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noun

Origin

late Middle English (denoting domestic implements or vessels collectively): from Old French utensile, from medieval Latin, neuter of Latin utensilis 'usable', from uti 'to use' (see use).

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