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spare part

n
(General Engineering) a duplicate or replacement component for a machine or other equipment
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.spare part - an extra component of a machine or other apparatusspare part - an extra component of a machine or other apparatus
constituent, element, component - an artifact that is one of the individual parts of which a composite entity is made up; especially a part that can be separated from or attached to a system; "spare components for cars"; "a component or constituent element of a system"
Translations
قِطَع غَيارقِطْعُ غَيَار
náhradní díl
reservedel
pieza de recambiorepuesto
varaosa
rezervni dio
varahlutur
スペアパーツ
예비 부품
reservdel
อะไหล่
phụ tùng dự phòng

spare part

npezzo di ricambio

spare

(speə) verb
1. to manage without. No-one can be spared from this office.
2. to afford or set aside for a purpose. I can't spare the time for a holiday.
3. to treat with mercy; to avoid injuring etc. `Spare us!' they begged.
4. to avoid causing grief, trouble etc to (a person). Break the news gently in order to spare her as much as possible.
5. to avoid using, spending etc. He spared no expense in his desire to help us.
6. to avoid troubling (a person with something); to save (a person trouble etc). I answered the letter myself in order to spare you the bother.
adjective
1. extra; not actually being used. We haven't a spare (bed) room for guests in our house.
2. (of time etc) free for leisure etc. What do you do in your spare time?
noun
1. a spare part (for a car etc). They sell spares at that garage.
2. an extra wheel etc, kept for emergencies.
ˈsparing adjective
careful or economical.
ˈsparingly adverb
spare part
a part for a machine etc, used to replace an identical part if it breaks etc.
spare rib
a rib of pork with only a small amount of meat left on it.
(and) to spare
in greater supply or quantity than is needed; extra. I'll go to an exhibition if I have time to spare; I have enough food and to spare.

spare part

قِطْعُ غَيَار náhradní díl reservedel Ersatzteil ανταλλακτικό repuesto varaosa pièce détachée rezervni dio pezzo di ricambio スペアパーツ 예비 부품 reserveonderdeel reservedel część zamienna peça sobressalente запчасть reservdel อะไหล่ yedek parça phụ tùng dự phòng 备件
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Results: The medical device spare part groups were categorized based on technological development.
ISACO spare part supply chalked up by 45 percent in 2011 compared to its previous year.
Many of the consumers now prefer to buy the spare parts from the border governorates like Buraimi due to the lower rates being charged by agencies and spare part shops in the area.
Finnair, the Finnish airline, has said that it has purchased at least one spare part through Panaviation, one of three Italian companies suspected of selling old parts as new or renovated ones with false documents.
Once qualified, suppliers are placed on a list of companies that exclusively provide castings for spare part acquisitions.
And if the Pentagon doesn't know the real price it is paying for each spare part, it is also difficult for it to determine whether it is spending too much in support costs.
KARACHI, November 18, 2011 (Frontier Star): The newly-elected vice chairman of All Pakistan Motorcycle Spare Parts Importers and Dealers Association (MSPIDA), South Zone, Nasir Maqbool has urged the government to reduce import duty on motorcycle spare parts from existing 35 percent to 20 percent to curb its smuggling.
DUBAI -- The Anti --Economic Crime section of the Dubai Police have foiled an attempt to distribute 11,357 counterfeit spare parts of leading brands including Volvo, Bosch and Toyota.
The Department of Defense's (DOD) annual appropriation totals billions of dollars for spare parts. In addition, it has received supplemental funding totaling $1.5 billion since fiscal year 1999 to increase the availability of spare parts.
In Honeywell, Inc., 6/22/94, aff'g per curiam TC Memo 1992-453, the Eighth Circuit held that certain spare parts were considered assets subject to an allowance for depreciation rather than merchandise held for resale (inventory).