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Gadget ({{{1}}})

  1. any device or machine, especially one whose name cannot be recalled;
    • a clever device designed for a specific practical use:
    He bought a neat new gadget for shredding potatoes.
    That's quite a lot of gadgets you have collected. Do you use any of them?

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gadget m. inv.

  1. gadget (small device)

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