Origin of equipment
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1. apparatus, paraphernalia, accouterment.
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Examples from the Web for equipments
Bushnell also took care to look after the horses and equipments himself.Frank Merriwell Down South
Burt L. Standish
He wanted to give me money from his private purse to replace my equipments.The Man With The Broken Ear
The equipments of the last named, especially, are of a very high order.The Library
Each of them had two sporting pieces, and all the equipments of a hunter.Down South
The cost of the building, including the equipments, amounted to about $11,200.
- an act or instance of equipping
- the items so provided
- a set of tools, devices, kit, etc, assembled for a specific purpose, such as a soldier's kit and weapons
Word Origin and History for equipments
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