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Equipment

E`quip´ment
n.1.The act of equipping, or the state of being equipped, as for a voyage or expedition.
The equipment of the fleet was hastened by De Witt.
- Hume.
2.Whatever is used in equipping; necessaries for an expedition or voyage; the collective designation for the articles comprising an outfit; equipage; as, a railroad equipment (locomotives, cars, etc. ; for carrying on business); horse equipments; infantry equipments; naval equipments; laboratory equipments.
Noun1.equipment - an instrumentality needed for an undertaking or to perform a service
Lecher wires, RC oscillator, VOM, VTVM, ability, accessories, accouterment, accouterments, adaptation, adjustment, ammeter, anemometer, anemoscope, apparatus, appliances, appointments, appurtenances, armament, arrangement, attachments, baggage, barograph, barometer, basic training, bearer, bed, belongings, bevel, bilge pump, binnacle, blanket, boat hook, boss, box, briefing, bump, burning-in tool, burr, caliber, capability, capacity, case, catering, caulking cotton, caulking iron, chandlery, changing bag, chase, clearing the decks, clobber, closeup lens, compass, composing stick, conditioning, conveniences, darkroom, developing tank, diaphragm, dodging tool, dower, dowry, drawsheet, dryer, drying blotter, duffel, easel, electric meter, electronic-flash unit, enablement, endowment, enlarger, equipage, exposure meter, facilities, facility, faculty, familiarization, fid, field-strength meter, filter, finder, finding, fisheye lens, fit, fitting, fitting out, fittings, fixing, fixtures, flair, flash tube, flashbulb, flashcube, flashgun, flashlight, footstick, form, forte, foundation, frame, frequency meter, furnishing, furnishings, furnishment, furniture, gadget bag, galley, gear, genius, gift, grapnel, grappling iron, grid-dip meter, grid-dip oscillator, groundwork, guide, gutter, habiliments, hawse bag, hawse hook, high-voltage probe, holystone, hygrograph, impedimenta, incident light meter, installations, instinct, investment, kit, lens, lens cover, lens hood, light meter, log, logistics, long suit, machinery, makeready, making ready, makings, manufacture, marlinespike, materials, materiel, matrix, metier, milliammeter, mobilization, munition, munitions, natural endowment, natural gift, ohmmeter, oscilloscope, outfit, outfitting, output indicator, overlay, paraphernalia, parts, photoflash, photoflash lamp, photometer, planning, plant, platen, plumbing, potential, power, powers, prearrangement, preliminaries, preliminary, preliminary act, preliminary step, prep, preparation, preparatory study, preparing, prepping, prerequisite, pretreatment, processing, procurement, propaedeutic, providing, provision, provisioning, provisions, pulse generator, pump, purveyance, qualification, quoin, range finder, ratchet, readying, reflector, reinforcement, replenishment, resonance indicator, resupply, retailing, rig, rigging, selling, shutter, signal generator, sounders, spadework, speciality, stock-in-trade, stroboscopic light, strong flair, strong point, subsidization, subsidy, subvention, supply, supplying, sweep generator, tack, tackle, tackling, talent, talents, telephoto lens, the goods, the stuff, thermograph, things, timer, toggle, training, trappings, traps, treatment, trial, tripod, tryout, tuning, turtle, tympan, underlay, varifocal lens, victualing, viewfinder, voltmeter, warm-up, wavemeter, what it takes, zoom lens
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