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What is the plural of equipment?

The plural of equipment is just equipment.    The noun 'equipment' is an uncountable noun, a type of  aggregate noun, a word that represents any number of elements or (MORE)

What are cooking equipments?

Cooking equipments are utensils that people use to cook food. This can include pots and pans, even forks and knives. Basically it's every equipment you find around the kitchen (MORE)

Meaning of equipment?

Equipment is like items. If a list of instructions also had a list of equipment needed then it is basically a technical term for items needed. (answer by pop5).
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What are the equipments for chess?

A square board, consisting of eight rows of eight squares alternating in a light and dark colour. Sixteen Chess pieces per player for two players - consisting of a King, a Que (MORE)

What is badminton equipment?

The badminton equipment you need is a birdie, a badminton racquet,  another player, a badminton court and a pair of badminton shoes.
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Book Spotlight - In Memory: A Tribute to Sir Terry Pratchett

In March 2015 we lost one of the world's greatest literary minds - Sir Terry Pratchett. Terry was suffering from Alzheimer's and fiercely campaigned to raise awareness of the (MORE)
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What is manipulating equipment?

Scientific mind acts from sound reasoning. But some people act on mere impulse and old habit.
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What is the difference between 'equipment' and 'equipments'?

Singular vs. Plural for Certain Words"Equipment" is an example of a word that could describe one or more objects, even though it has no "s" on the end when it is used to descr (MORE)

What is an equipments?

Equipment refers to something that is required to fulfill  something. One would typically use equipment to complete a service.
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Is equipment an adjective?

No, the word "equipment" is a noun. A noun is the head of a noun phrase and can ordinarily be used in a noun phrase as subject of a sentence. An adjective can ordinarily be us (MORE)

How was an ANZAC equipped?

The troops had the standard .303 Caliber Lee En field rifle, bombs made out of jam tins and bits of barbed wire as they did not have proper bombs, a bayonet, this is a long sh (MORE)