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toolkit

[ tool-kit ]
/ ˈtulˌkɪt /
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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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Origin of toolkit

First recorded in 1960–65; tool + kit1
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British Dictionary definitions for toolkit

toolkit
/ (ˈtuːlˌkɪt) /

noun
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 problemyour on-line printer toolkit
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