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kit is pronounced in one syllable
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video examples of kit pronunciation
An example use of kit in a speech by a native speaker of american english:
“… i keep a first aid kit on me at all …”
meanings of kit
A kit fox.
A collection of parts sold for the buyer to assemble.
A young ferret.
A school of pigeons, especially domesticated, trained pigeons.
A drum kit.
The set of skills and abilities chosen for a playable character.
A collection of items forming the equipment of a soldier, carried in a knapsack.
Synonym of kit violin.
The standard set of clothing, accessories and equipment worn by players.
A full software distribution, as opposed to a patch or upgrade.
A kitten (young cat).
A circular wooden vessel, made of hooped staves.
Any collection of items needed for a specific purpose, especially for use by a workman, or personal effects packed for travelling.
A kind of basket made especially from straw of rushes, especially for holding fish; by extension, the contents of such a basket or similar container, used as a measure of weight. He was pushing a barrow on the fish dock, wheeling aluminium kits which, when full, each contain 10 stone of fish.
A young skunk.
A diminutive of the male given name Christopher.
A diminutive of the female given name Katherine and related female given names.
To assemble or collect something into kits or sets or to give somebody a kit. See also kit out and other derived phrases.
Initialism of keep in touch.
kit frequency in english - B1 level of CEFR
the word kit occurs in english on average 37.8 times per one million words; this frequency warrants it to be in the study list for B1 level of language mastery according to CEFR, the Common European Framework of Reference.
topics kit can be related to
it is hard to perfectly classify words into specific topics since each word can have many context of its use, but our machine-learning models believe that kit can be often used in the following areas: