Meaning tool
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Old English tol "instrument, implement used by a craftsman or laborer, weapon," from Proto-Germanic *to(w)lam "implement" (source also of Old Norse tol), from a verb stem represent [..]
Source: etymonline.com

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"to drive a vehicle," 1812, probably from tool (n.) as if "to manage skillfully." The meaning "to work or shape with a tool" is recorded from 1815; that of "equip (a [..]
Source: etymonline.com

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instrument used to help in the performance of a task.
Source: nationalgeographic.org

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Any device, software program or instrument constructed for the purpose of aiding a human in accomplishing a goal.
Source: wildpackets.com

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traditionally, an icon that could be selected that would set a mode for user input, such as a paintbrush in a drawing program. Nowadays, a tool may refer to any icon that can be pressed and takes effe [..]
Source: usabilityfirst.com

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drive; "The convertible tooled down the street" an implement used in the practice of a vocation instrument: the means whereby some act is accomplished; "my greed [..]
Source: google-dictionary.so8848.com

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any instrument that helps people to do work. Hammers and shovels are tools
Source: eenglish.in

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Synonym utility program.
Source: atis.org

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1. n. A program used primarily to create, manipulate, modify, or analyze other programs, such as a compiler or an editor or a cross-referencing program. Oppose app, operating system. 2. [UNIX] An appl [..]
Source: hacker-dictionary.com

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A program that performs a very specific task. Synonymous with utility. Similar to application.
Source: webopedia.com

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makhsher (makhshirim)
Source: yiddishdictionaryonline.com

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Noun. 1. A penis, implying its supposed usefulness. [1200s] 2. An idiot, a contemptible person.
Source: peevish.co.uk

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  An ARC product, system or application that is used by participating agencies.
Source: arccorp.com

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Gun
Source: jamaicanpatwah.com

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(n) an implement used in the practice of a vocation(n) the means whereby some act is accomplished(n) a person who is controlled by others and is used to perform unpleasant or dishonest tasks for so [..]
Source: beedictionary.com

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A software component, sometimes called an application object, which can act as either a service provider or service requester within an application platform.
Source: opengeospatial.org

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To tool a coach. To drive one; generally applied to a gentleman Jehu, who undertakes for his own amusement to drive a stage-coach. To tool is to use the tool as a workman; a coachman’s tools [..]
Source: bartleby.com

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antiquated (like the TTY's themselves). Sometimes used to refer to any terminal at all; sometimes used to refer to the particular terminal controlling a job.
Source: dourish.com

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Die or part of it
Source: sangiacomo-presses.com

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A program or component that is installed into the TSIS environment for use in conducting traffic operations analysis.  A tool can be an application (EXE), Dynamic-Link Library (DLL), COM object or Ac [..]
Source: ops.fhwa.dot.gov

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  A utility program used primarily to create, manipulate, modify, or analyse other programs, such as a compiler or an editor or a cross-referencing program, or perform maintenance and/or repairs on s [..]
Source: yourwindow.to

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An artifact with a functional use. Curated tools are kept for use in the future, while expedient tools are made in response to an immediate need.
Source: archaeologyinfo.com

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In archaeology, a tool is an object with one or several functions. Often, archaeologists use the term tool to describe an object that is in fact the working part of a tool. For example, the blade of a [..]
Source: avataq.qc.ca

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In information technology, an application designed to accomplish a task, typically automating what are otherwise manual processes, e.g., a discovery tool.
Source: ecpmedia.com

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A software component, sometimes called an application object, which can act as either a service provider or service requester within an application platform. See Application.
Source: ise.gov

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When an attacker hits the ball off an opposing blockers arms out of bounds.
Source: volleycountry.com

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A term usually referring to the dies, mandrels, etc., used in the production of extruded or drawn shapes or tube.
Source: asaalloys.com

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A tool is to be understood as a mean for accomplishing a specific task or purpose. Tools should be jointly developed at transnational level and innovative. They comprise amongst others analytical tool [..]
Source: interreg-med.eu

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Object (e.g. screwdriver) which may be used to secure or release fasteners or to make adjustments.
Source: elect.mrt.ac.lk

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Source: en.wiktionary.org

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1. One who is too stupid to realize he is being used. 2. Penis.
Source: cltampa.com

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A term used loosely to define a working apparatus mounted to the end of the robot arm, such as a hand, gripper, welding torch, screw driver, etc. See Arm, Gripper, and End-Effector.
Source: motoman.com

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