- Noun: kit kit
- A case for containing a set of articles
- Gear consisting of a set of articles or tools for a specified purpose
- Young of any of various fur-bearing animals
"a fox kit"
Derived forms: kits, kitted, kitting
Noun. Clothes. See 'get one's kit off'.
a set of tools, equipment, materials, etc. that you use for a particular purpose:
a tool kit
The printer is an expensive piece of kit.
The computer comes with a starter kit of software
(= one to help you start using the computer).
a set of parts ready to be made into sth:
The car is designed to be assembled from a kit.
selling furniture in kit form
A selection of components, associated equipment, supplies (such as wire and hardware), and instructions for constructing a piece of electronic equipment.
<jargon> (Usenet, possibly from DEC) Slang for a full software distribution, as opposed to a patch or upgrade. A source software distribution that has been packaged in such a way that it can (theoretically) be unpacked and installed according to a series of steps using only standard Unix tools, and entirely documented by some reasonable chain of references from the top-level README file. The more general term distribution may imply that special tools or more stringent conditions on the host environment are required.
- More: Next
- fit the pieces of a model kit together
- kit this man out with everything he needs.
- did kit live a single man all his days?
- "for a journey, sir!" cried kit.
- i told him to have his kit sent along.