[ US /ˈkɪt/ ]
[ UK /kˈɪt/ ]
[ UK /kˈɪt/ ]
- gear consisting of a set of articles or tools for a specified purpose
- a case for containing a set of articles
young of any of various fur-bearing animals
a fox kit
- supply with a set of articles or tools
How To Use kit In A Sentence
- Mewme was an old cat not like the playful little kitten that Alison had first encountered after her mother entered her life.
- She is good-hearted and took pity on my pathetic form whenever I was sent to the kitchens by my mistresses.
- It is not just getting used to the layout of new streets and kitchen and neighbours. Times, Sunday Times
- They had to make do with kitchen tuffets, orange boxes, a piano stool and a rocking chair borrowed from next door.
- In an attempt to thwart piracy of its music, the label equipped a collection of 52 album releases with a type of software known as a rootkit. iTnews Australia
- The undulating holloway, which has itself sunk through the steady erosion of cartwheels and hooves up to fifteen feet beneath the hillside, translates you from the present into an earlier era when John Nash carved out his woodcuts in English boxwood at the kitchen table under a single lamp-bulb and cultivated the half-wild garden. Wildwood
- It was now early evening, and Vera was in the kitchen, preparing the food that she had sent Bill out for.
- Most prewar kitchens had ceramic tile countertops and backsplashes, and many of the original patterns and colors are now back in production.
- There's plenty of cupboard space in the kitchen for all your pots and pans.
- Most often, this implies a life on city streets begging, panhandling, petty theft, and using charity and soup kitchens close to the drug source.