Instrument [noun]

Definition of Instrument:

tool, implement

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Sentence/Example of Instrument:

It carries a host of scientific instruments to observe the sun and its surroundings.

These are financial instruments that insurers and reinsurance companies use to hedge their own risk—and which specialized funds and hedge funds often invest in for their potential outsized returns.

Once you’ve taught 250 seventh graders to play instruments in unison, everything else is pretty straightforward.

So, no, I don’t have all the instruments to force companies to do so.

Major instruments use large, curved mirrors to capture the light raining down from the night sky.

Scientists study them using the same instruments and techniques we use to study Earth samples.

As far as instruments, I started with the piano at around the age of five or six.

It can be really frustrating when you break one of these instruments.

You don’t want it to be known exactly what you’re doing, but the use of cyber as an instrument by states has really evolved.

I called it a spinet, because it somewhat resembled that instrument, and was played upon in the same manner.