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- noun idiomatic A set of
skills, techniques, items of information, or other resourcesused to help achieve professionalor personal goals.
- noun idiomatic, dated A
collectionof items, especially as constituting a very completeset of such items.
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- noun a supply of ways of accomplishing something
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An allusion to the collection of props and devices used by a magician.
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