Definition of toolkit in English:

toolkit

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Pronunciation: /ˈtuːlkɪt
 
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noun

1A set of tools, especially one kept in a bag or box and used for a particular purpose.
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  • Normally he carries the heater, chain saws, a big tool kit, a fire extinguisher, first aid kit, soda, and something for his stomach if the hamburger he eats when he takes a break at gives him a little heartburn.
  • He said it was important for managers to take responsibility for the results, work with a clear purpose and have a tool kit to survive new situations.
  • Every competent mechanic should have a correctly calibrated torque wrench in their tool kit and should use it.
1.1 Computing A set of software tools.
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  • As well as developing the tool kit or software upon which a number of their products were based, in his spare time Adam was also developing his own new application based on the class library.
  • Phase one will see SGI contribute more work and code to open source graphics projects, along with the release of a Linux developer tool kit.
  • I personally find that this particular tool kit makes the RAD (rapid application development) concept finally available to Linux.
1.2A personal set of resources, abilities, or skills: intuition developed from past stock market experience becomes a vital part of an investor’s toolkit
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  • Self-importance and pomposity aren't in Ananova's emotional toolkit.
  • Situations repeat themselves, and each time your emotional toolkit grows, and you find new ways of enjoying them.
  • The chapter also introduces a useful part of the environmental economist's toolkit for looking at pollution problems in general.

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