toolkit

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English[edit]

English Wikipedia has an article on:
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Toolkit

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tool +‎ kit

Noun[edit]

toolkit (plural toolkits)

  1. An assembly of tools.
  2. (computing) A set of software tools or components.
    • 1986, PC Mag (volume 5, number 17, page 221)
      Morgan Computing Co.'s Disk Toolkit is the perfect program for speed demons who want a more flexible way to wield DEBUG's power.
  3. (India, politics) A set of guidelines or instructions.
  4. (India, politics) Instructions to organise a protest.

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Etymology[edit]

From English toolkit.

Noun[edit]

toolkit m (plural toolkits)

  1. (computing) toolkit (set of basic components for developing software)