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u·ten·sil

 (yo͞o-tĕn′səl)
n.
An implement or container used domestically, especially in a kitchen: hung cooking utensils on hooks by the stove.

[Middle English, from Old French utensile, from Latin ūtēnsilia, utensils, from neuter pl. of ūtēnsilis, fit for use, from ūtī, to use.]
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utensil

(juːˈtɛnsəl)
n
an implement, tool, or container for practical use: writing utensils.
[C14 utensele, via Old French from Latin ūtēnsilia necessaries, from ūtēnsilis available for use, from ūtī to use]
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u•ten•sil

(yuˈtɛn səl)

n.
1. any of the instruments or vessels commonly used in a kitchen, dairy, etc.: eating utensils.
2. any instrument, vessel, or tool serving a useful purpose.
[1325–75; Middle English (collective singular): household articles < Middle French < Latin ūtēnsilia]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.utensil - an implement for practical use (especially in a household)utensil - an implement for practical use (especially in a household)
ceramic ware - utensils made from ceramic material
copperware - utensils made with copper
funnel - a conically shaped utensil having a narrow tube at the small end; used to channel the flow of substances into a container with a small mouth
implement - instrumentation (a piece of equipment or tool) used to effect an end
kitchen utensil - a utensil used in preparing food
server - utensil used in serving food or drink
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utensil

noun implement, tool, instrument, aid, machine, device, mechanism, appliance, apparatus, gadget, gimmick (informal), contraption, gizmo (informal), contrivance The technique uses a single utensil to cook and serve.
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utensil

noun
A device used to do work or perform a task:
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Translations
أداةٌ أو وَعاءٌ مَنْزِلي
nádobínářadí
redskab
áhald
rakandas
darbarīkspiederums
orodjeposoda
âletkacakkapmutfak gerecitakım

utensil

[juːˈtensl] Nutensilio m
kitchen utensilsutensilios mpl de cocina; (= set) → batería f de cocina
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utensil

[juːˈtɛnsəl] nustensile m
kitchen utensils → batterie f de cuisine
cooking utensils → ustensiles mpl de cuisine
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utensil

nGerät nt, → Utensil nt
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utensil

[juːˈtɛnsl] nutensile m
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utensil

(juˈtensl) noun
an instrument or vessel used in everyday life. pots and pans and other kitchen utensils.
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