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high-tech involving equipment or techniques that come from applying the newest knowledge in the areas of computers and science. [2 definitions]
interface the equipment or programs used to communicate between different computer systems or programs.
locker room a room containing lockers for storing clothes and equipment and often used for changing clothes, as at a gymnasium or pool.
observatory a building that has equipment for studying the sun, moon, planets, and stars.
outfit a set of equipment for a particular activity. [2/4 definitions]
plant a building or group of buildings that have machinery and equipment for making things; factory. [1/5 definitions]
playground an outdoor area where children can play. Many playgrounds have equipment such as swings and slides.
radar the equipment used for this method of tracking. [1/2 definitions]
railroad the entire set of trains, tracks, workers, and equipment that make up a rail transportation system. [1/2 definitions]
rig to provide with equipment, gear, or clothing (usually followed by "out" or "up"). [2/5 definitions]
rigging equipment used to lift, move, support, or work something, such as stage sets. [1/2 definitions]
RR abbreviation of "railroad," all the trains, tracks, and equipment that make up a rail transportation system. [1/2 definitions]
scuba diving the act of swimming underwater while wearing special breathing equipment.
space shuttle a spacecraft designed to carry astronauts and their equipment back and forth between the earth and space.
stereo a system of equipment for playing sound that uses separate channels to create a realistic effect.
tackle equipment or gear used in a sport or hobby such as fishing. [1/5 definitions]
transistor a small device used to control the flow of electric current. Transistors use very little energy. They are found in televisions, computers, and other kinds of electronic equipment.