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 tools, management tools, technical tools, software tools, monitoring tools, planning tools, decision support tools, evaluation tools etc. To be effective, [..]
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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Pauly - 8 April 2019   NSFW

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