a collection of tools or other useful equipment typically kept in a box or case: a carpenter’s toolkit.
a collection of expert skills, knowledge, procedures, or information for a particular topic or activity: I wanted to expand my toolkit, see more successes, and have better control over my projects.
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How to use toolkit in a sentence
The toolkit for treating aggressive breast cancer once it migrates to another part of the body remains limited.
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And there is no doubt that getting to that future will be difficult and will require every single tool in our toolkit.
Whether he is insinuating himself into a juggling routine or flubbing a trapeze act, he clearly has those skills in his toolkit.
This was absurd, of course, when one considered the box of blocks, the train of cars and the toolkit.Red Pepper Burns | Grace S. Richmond
British Dictionary definitions for toolkit
a set of tools designed to be used together or for a particular purpose
software designed to perform a specific function, esp to solve a problem: your on-line printer toolkit
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