Pribor, sve što je potrebno za rad, naročito ručni, oruđe.
Ručna zanatska oruđa, alatke za rad.
(French) 'lost soul'; dupe; tool; devoted follower.
Sinonimi: paraphernalia | appurtenances
ETYM Old Eng. gere, ger, AS. gearwe clothing, adornment, armor, from gearo, gearu, ready, yare; akin to Old High Germ. garawî, garwî ornament, dress. Related to Yare, Garb dress.
Miscellaneous articles needed for a particular operation or sport etc.; SYN. paraphernalia, appurtenances.
ETYM Old Eng. harneis, harnes, Old Fren. harneis, French harnais, harnois; of Celtic origin; cf. Armor. harnez old iron, armor, W. haiarn iron, Armor. houarn, Irish iarann, Gael. iarunn. Related to Iron.
1. An arrangement of leather straps fitted to a draft animal so that it can be attached to and pull a cart.
2. An arrangement of straps for holding something to the body (especially one supporting a person suspended from a parachute).
ETYM Late Lat. implementum accomplishment, from Latin implere, impletum, to fill up, finish, complete; pref. im- in + plere to fill. The word was perh. confused with Old Fren. empleier, emploier, to employ, French employer, whence Eng. employ. Related to Plenty.
A piece of equipment or tool used to effect an end.
1. A case for containing a set of articles.
2. A set of articles or tools for a specified purpose; SYN. outfit.
3. Young of any of various fur-bearing animals:
ETYM Old Fren. estoffe, French étoffe; of uncertain origin, perhaps of Teutonic origin and akin to Eng. stop, v.t Related to Stuff.
1. Unspecified qualities required to do or be something.
2. Information in some unspecified form.
3. Informal terms for personal possessions; SYN. clobber.
4. A critically important or characteristic component.
5. Senseless talk; SYN. stuff and nonsense, hooey, poppycock.
ETYM Old Eng. tol,tool. AS. tôl; akin to Icel. tôl, Goth. taijan to do, to make, taui deed, work, and perhaps to Eng. taw to dress leather.
An implement used in the practice of a vocation.
See toolbox. tool kit
1. A small ornament, as a jewel, ring, or the like.
2. A thing of little value; a trifle; a toy.