- n.器具( instrument的名词复数 ); 工具; （尤指航空中用于操作的）仪器; 乐器;
His surgical instruments were a knife and a pair of pincers.
She was no mean performer on a variety of other instruments.
You can buy perfectly good instruments for a lot less.
It can translate data from maps or remote sensing instruments into images.
The drum is one of the oldest musical instruments.
Others were quietly tuning up their instruments.
The instruments glowed in the bright orange light.
All the instruments are working fine.
optical instruments such as microscopes and telescopes
to sterilize surgical instruments
These precise instruments have already gone into mass production.
Precision instruments are used to help pilots in guiding their aircraft.
The concert was a failure because the instruments were wrongly keyed.
Our institute has ordered a great many instruments from the company.
The instruments should be tuned up before each performance.
When performing, he positions his instruments in a way that is deliberately inconvenient, so that switching from guitar to organ mid-song involves a mad dash across the stage.
With creativity, even old-fashioned instruments may produce spectacular sound effects
He might not have done this particularly well, because the teacher told gabriel that he had a good ear and suggested that gabriel go into the music store-room to see if any of the instruments there appealed to him.
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I don't see how musical instruments can help improve manners in public.
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