What is another word for instruments?

Pronunciation: [ˈɪnstɹəmənts] (IPA)

Instruments are tools or devices used to perform specific tasks, such as measuring, cutting, or creating music. There are numerous synonyms for the word instruments, including equipment, apparatus, devices, tools, implements, and appliances. These words can be used interchangeably in most contexts, but each has a slightly different connotation. Equipment refers to the collective tools or machines used for a particular purpose, while apparatus often implies a complex or specialized device. Tools and implements typically refer to handheld instruments, while appliances typically refer to electrical or mechanical devices. Regardless of the synonym used, all instruments serve a specific function and are essential for many tasks.

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Usage examples for Instruments

The instruments used in consulting a chart, i.
"Lectures in Navigation"
Ernest Gallaudet Draper
Long knives are the best instruments-one of fifteen inches and another about ten.
"My Attainment of the Pole"
Frederick A. Cook
I tried to explain to them that the Pole is not visible to the eye, and that its position is located only by a repeated use of the various instruments.
"My Attainment of the Pole"
Frederick A. Cook

Famous quotes with Instruments

  • Italy in the first years got food, for the first year or the first periods got food. Then we got raw materials and then we got tool machines, let's say, instruments for working.
    Gianni Agnelli
  • These people were well dressed in skins, had some guns, but armed generally with bows and arrows and such other instruments of war as are common among the Indians of the Missouri.
    William Henry Ashley
  • In turning from the smaller instruments in frequent use to the larger and more important machines, the economy arising from the increase of velocity becomes more striking.
    Charles Babbage
  • I enjoy singing, and the instruments which truly move me are the horn, the trumpet and the cello.
    Roger Bannister
  • In the studio, I'm always throwing people on different instruments.

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