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tool    音標拼音: [t'ul]
n. 工具,機床,傀儡
vt. 用工具工作
vi. 使用工具

工具,機床,傀儡用工具工作使用工具

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tool
n 1: an implement used in the practice of a vocation
2: the means whereby some act is accomplished; "my greed was the
instrument of my destruction"; "science has given us new
tools to fight disease" [synonym: {instrument}, {tool}]
3: a person who is controlled by others and is used to perform
unpleasant or dishonest tasks for someone else [synonym:
{creature}, {tool}, {puppet}]
4: obscene terms for penis [synonym: {cock}, {prick}, {dick},
{shaft}, {pecker}, {peter}, {tool}, {putz}]
v 1: drive; "The convertible tooled down the street"
2: ride in a car with no particular goal and just for the
pleasure of it; "We tooled down the street" [synonym: {joyride},
{tool}, {tool around}]
3: furnish with tools
4: work with a tool

Tool \Tool\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {tooled}; p. pr. & vb. n.
{tooling}.]
1. To shape, form, or finish with a tool. "Elaborately
tooled." --Ld. Lytton.
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2. To drive, as a coach. [Slang, Eng.]
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Tool \Tool\ (t[=oo]l), v. i. [Cf. {Tool}, v. t., 2.]
To travel in a vehicle; to ride or drive. [Colloq.]

Boys on their bicycles tooling along the well-kept
roads. --Illust.
American.
[Webster 1913 Suppl.]


Tool \Tool\ (t[=oo]l), n. [OE. tol,tool. AS. t[=o]l; akin to
Icel. t[=o]l, Goth. taijan to do, to make, taui deed, work,
and perhaps to E. taw to dress leather. [root]64.]
1. An instrument such as a hammer, saw, plane, file, and the
like, used in the manual arts, to facilitate mechanical
operations; any instrument used by a craftsman or laborer
at his work; an implement; as, the tools of a joiner,
smith, shoe-maker, etc.; also, a cutter, chisel, or other
part of an instrument or machine that dresses work.
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2. A machine for cutting or shaping materials; -- also called
{machine tool}.
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3. Hence, any instrument of use or service.
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That angry fool . . .
Whipping her horse, did with his smarting tool
Oft whip her dainty self. --Spenser.
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4. A weapon. [Obs.]
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Him that is aghast of every tool. --Chaucer.
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5. A person used as an instrument by another person; -- a
word of reproach; as, men of intrigue have their tools, by
whose agency they accomplish their purposes.
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I was not made for a minion or a tool. --Burks.
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306 Moby Thesaurus words for "tool":
Charlie McCarthy, Federal, T square, adz, agency, agent, aid,
amanuensis, ancilla, apparatus, apple-polisher, appliance,
ass-licker, auto, autolithograph, avenue, awl, ax, backscratcher,
backslapper, baggage agent, bale breaker, bar, battering ram,
be a printmaker, bevel, bevel square, bodkin, bootlick, bootlicker,
bradawl, bread knife, brown-nose, brownie, buffer, bushwhacker,
business agent, butcher knife, calipers, cant hook, carve,
carving knife, caulking iron, center punch, character, charioteer,
chaser, chisel, chuck, chump, claim agent, clamp, clasp, clawback,
cleaver, clerk, clinch, clip, clipper, clippers, commercial agent,
commission agent, consignee, contraption, contrivance, courtier,
cramp, crease, creature, cribble, cringer, crosshatch, crowbar,
customer agent, cut, dagger, decorate, device, dibble, dividers,
dog, dress, dummy, dupe, edger, electric sander,
electric soldering iron, embellish, enchase, engrave, factor,
fawner, fed, federal agent, file, flail, flatterer, flunky,
footlicker, forceps, fork, freight agent, functionary, furrow,
gadget, general agent, gimmick, gizmo, go-between, gouge, grab,
grapnel, grapple, grappler, grappling iron, grave, grease gun,
grindstone, grip, groove, groveler, hack, handmaid, handmaiden,
handshaker, hatch, hatchet, hawk, helot, hireling, hoe, holdfast,
hook, hunting knife, implement, incise, inscribe, instrument,
instrumentality, insurance agent, interagent, intermediary,
intermediate, intermedium, jack, jackal, jackknife, jackscrew,
jaws, jointer, knife, kowtower, lackey, lance, lancet, land agent,
lathe, law agent, led captain, letter-opener, level, lever,
lickspit, lickspittle, line, literary agent, lithograph,
loan agent, machete, machine, make prints, mark, mattock,
mealymouth, means, mechanism, mechanize, mediator, medium, midwife,
mill, minion, miter box, motor, motorize, nail file, nail puller,
news agent, nippers, official, organ, ornament, palette knife,
paper clip, paper cutter, paper knife, paring knife,
parliamentary agent, passenger agent, pawn, peavey, penknife, peon,
pick, pickax, pilot, pincers, pinch bar, pitchfork, planer,
plaything, pliers, plowshare, press agent, print, puller, punch,
punch pliers, puncheon, puppet, purchasing agent, putty knife, ram,
rammer, ramrod, razor, razor blade, real estate agent, retool,
ripping bar, road, sales agent, saw knife, sax, scalpel, scissors,
scoop, score, scrape, scraper, scratch, screwdriver, scuffle hoe,
sculpture, scythe, secretary, serf, servant, shape, shaper, share,
sharpen, shears, sheath knife, sickle, sidecutters, slave, snips,
soldering iron, spaniel, spatula, spear, special agent, spokeshave,
square, stapler, station agent, steward, stipple, stooge, suck,
sucker, surgical knife, sword, sycophant, table knife, tackle,
tamp, tamper, tamping pick, tap, theatrical agent, ticket agent,
timeserver, tire iron, tire tool, toad, toady, tongs, toy,
travel agent, truckler, tufthunter, tweezers, utensil, vehicle,
vise, walking delegate, way, weapon, wedge, wheel, work,
wrecking bar, wrench, yes-man

1. A program used primarily to create, manipulate,
modify, or analyse other programs, such as a compiler or an
editor or a cross-referencing program. Opposite: {app},
{operating system}.

2. A {Unix} {application program} with a simple, "transparent"
(typically text-stream) interface designed specifically to be
used in programmed combination with other tools (see {filter},
{plumbing}).

3. ({MIT}: general to students there) To work; to
study (connotes tedium). The {TMRC} Dictionary defined this
as "to set one's brain to the grindstone". See {hack}.

4. ({MIT}) A student who studies too much and
hacks too little. MIT's student humour magazine rejoices in
the name "Tool and Die".

[{Jargon File}]

(1996-12-12)

[conference on] Technology of Object-Orientated Languages and Systems (OOP, conference)

tool 1. n.A program used primarily to
create, manipulate, modify, or analyze other programs, such as a compiler
or an editor or a cross-referencing program. Oppose
app, operating system; see
also toolchain.



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