Apparatus (noun)

A set of tools or equipment designed for a particular purpose or task.

Origin:

Derived from latin word 'apparatus' meaning 'equipment or machinery'.

Examples:

  1. The firefighting apparatus included a fire truck, hose, and other equipment necessary to put out fires.
  2. The apparatus used in the chemistry lab consisted of beakers, test tubes, and a Bunsen burner.
  3. The apparatus used to measure earthquakes is called a seismometer.
  4. The apparatus for the gymnastics competition included balance beams, uneven bars, and a vault.
  5. In order to perform the experiment, the scientist assembled the apparatus and followed the procedure.
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