instrument

  1. a device that requires skill for proper use
  2. the means whereby some act is accomplished
  3. a person used by another to gain an end
  4. a document that states some contractual relationship or grants some right

Instrument

(US). See Lantern.

instrument

[n] - a person used by another to gain an end 2. [n] - a device that requires skill for proper use 3. [n] - the means whereby some act is accomplished 4. [v] - equip with instruments for measuring, recording, or controlling 5. [v] - write an instrumental score for 6. [v] - address a legal document to
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Instrument

• (n.) A contrivance or implement, by which musical sounds are produced; as, a musical instrument. • (v. t.) To perform upon an instrument; to prepare for an instrument; as, a sonata instrumented for orchestra. • (n.) That by means of which any work is performed, or result is effected; a tool; a utensil; an implement; as, the instrum...
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instrument

tool noun the means whereby some act is accomplished; `my greed was the instrument of my destruction`; `science has given us new tools to fight disease`
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Instrument

In'stru·ment noun [ French instrument , Latin instrumentum . See Instruct .] 1. That by means of which any work is performed, or result is effected; a tool; a utensil; an implement; as, the instruments of a mechanic; astronomical instruments . « All t...
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Instrument

1. An economic variable that is controlled by policy makers and can be used to influence other variables, called targets. Examples are monetary and fiscal policies used to achieve external and internal balance. 2. See financial instrument.
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Instrument

a device to show visually or aurally the attitude, altitude, or operation of an aircraft or aircraft part. It includes the electronic devices used for automatically controlling an aircraft in flight.
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Instrument

a device to show visually or aurally the attitude, altitude, or operation of an aircraft or aircraft
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Instrument

A physical device that either measures a process condition or manipulates a process variable. Examples are flow transmitters, level gauges, control valves, speed regulators.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20480

Instrument

A tool or implement used in surgery.
Found on https://www.ioshospital.com/orthopaedics/learnMore/glossaryOfTerms.aspx

instrument

A tool or implement. ... Origin: L. Instrumentum ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20973

Instrument

A written legal document such as a contract, lease, deed, will, or bond.
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Instrument

Also known as measures, instruments are the specific components (e.g. lower bus fares, road pricing) of a strategy
Found on http://www.konsult.leeds.ac.uk/public/level1/sec17/index.htm

Instrument

An American term for lantern (qv), what in domestic terms we mean by the word "light".
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/21207

Instrument

An integrated collection of hardware containing one or more sensors and associated controls designed to produce data on an environment.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20130

Instrument

In music, an instrument is any mechanical contrivance for the production of musical sound. Musical instruments are divided into three kinds - wind-instruments, stringed instruments, and instruments of percussion. The chief modern stringed instruments are the violin, viola, violoncello, and double bass, the harp, mandoline, guitar, and piano; the ch...
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instrument

instrument Related 'together' units: com-; greg-; inter-.
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Instrument

Is a legal written document.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20965

Instrument

Mechanism that generates musical vibrations and transmits them into the air.
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Instrument

something that has financial value such as stocks, bonds shares or currencies.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/21566

Instrument

The legal written documents as a contract, will, bond, deed or lease which has been agreed upon by the parties into the contract and have details of what one has to do and not to do when in agreement.It also refers to object that produces music.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/21213

instrument

the means whereby some act is accomplished
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instrument

Type: Term Pronunciation: in′strū-ment Definitions: 1. A tool or implement.
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