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kit 1

 (kĭt)
n.
1.
a. A set of articles or implements used for a specific purpose: a survival kit; a shaving kit.
b. A container for such a set.
2. A set of parts or materials to be assembled: a model airplane kit.
3. A packaged set of related materials: a sales kit.
4. Chiefly British
a. A collection of clothing and other personal effects used for travel or by a soldier.
b. A container, such as a bag or knapsack, for storing or holding such a collection.
Phrasal Verb:
kit out Chiefly British
To provide with clothing or equipment.
Idiom:
the (whole) kit and caboodle Informal
The entire collection or lot.

[Middle English kitte, wooden tub, probably from Middle Dutch.]

kit 2

 (kĭt)
n.
1. A kitten.
2. One of the young of certain other fur-bearing mammals, especially a fox or rabbit.

[Short for kitten.]

kit 3

 (kĭt)
n.
A tiny, narrow violin used by dancing masters in the 1600s and 1700s.

[Origin unknown.]

kit out

or

kit up

vb, kits, kitting or kitted
1. (tr, adverb) chiefly Brit to provide with (a kit of personal effects and necessities)
2. (Clothing & Fashion) to provide with (an outfit of clothes)
3. to provide with (an outfit of clothes)
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.kit out - supply with a set of articles or tools
equip, fit out, outfit, fit - provide with (something) usually for a specific purpose; "The expedition was equipped with proper clothing, food, and other necessities"
Translations
يُجَهِّز بالأدوات
udstyre
útbúa
tepeden tırnağa donatmak

kit

(kit)
1. (an outfit of) tools, clothes etc for a particular purpose. He carried his tennis kit in a bag; a repair kit for mending punctures in bicycle tyres.
2. a collection of the materials etc required to make something. He bought a model aeroplane kit.
ˈkitbag noun
a strong bag for holding (usually a soldier's) kit.
kit outpast tense, past participle ˈkitted verb
to provide with all the clothes, tools etc necessary for a particular purpose. The money was spent on kitting out the school football team.
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