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equipment

 [e-kwip´ment]
necessary tools or provisions.
durable medical equipment nonexpendable articles primarily used for medical purposes in cases of illness or injury; this includes hospital beds, respirators, walkers, and apnea monitors.

e·quip·ment

(ĕ-kwip'mĕnt)
Supplies, tools, or other materials required to perform a specific task or function.
[O.Fr. equiper, to equip, fr. Germanic]

e·quip·ment

(ĕ-kwip'mĕnt)
Supplies, tools, or other materials required to perform a specific task or function.
[O.Fr. equiper, to equip, fr. Germanic]
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