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Tool - Wikipedia


A tool is any physical item that can be used to achieve a goal, especially if the item is not consumed in the process. Tool use by humans dates back millions of ...

Urban Dictionary: tool


The 'what-are-you-even-doing-here' look is classified by a glare in the tool's direction and is usually accompanied by muttering of how big of a tool they are.

Urban Dictionary: a tool

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a tool. an offensive comment, mainly aimed towards the male of the species, when one is being particularly nasty, stupid, or facetious. God, Evan is such a tool !

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When someone is called a tool, it indicates that they lack personal convictions, and generally go along with what they believe is expected of them without ...

Tool | Definition of Tool by Merriam-Webster


Define tool: a handheld device that aids in accomplishing a task — tool in a sentence.

What is tool? definition and meaning - BusinessDictionary.com


Definition of tool: An item or implement used for a specific purpose. A tool can be a physical object such as mechanical tools including saws and hammers or a ...

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This Internet Slang page is designed to explain what the meaning of TOOL is. The slang word / acronym / abbreviation TOOL means... . Internet Slang. A list of ...

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Oct 19, 2011 ... In this MSO question, the author refers to himself as sounding like a "tool". What does this mean? Specifically, the way it is used in the linked ...

Tool | Define Tool at Dictionary.com


Tool definition, an implement, especially one held in the hand, as a hammer, saw , or file, for performing or facilitating mechanical operations. See more.