Adjective GADGET

A gadget is basically any novel, clever invention or mechanical device. Gadgets can be called “innovative” devices because of their creative or surprising nature. Some examples of gizmos are cellular phones, televisions, computers, DVD players and PDAs. A gadget could also be defined as a device that duplicates an existing product or service.


The definition section of a GADGET usually contains one or more definitions of the term. The first few times that a gadget is mentioned in a GADGET, it is likely that it is described in terms of its function. However, this is not always the case. Most often, gadgets are often used as a synonym for technology, equipment, apparatus, or process.

In the definition section of a GADGET, it should be noted that the word gadget actually derives from the French word gadgette. Gette is usually translated as “little hand-held tool”. Another example of a hand-held tool is the push broom, which is used by many American children. In United States English however, it is commonly used to mean something very different, such as a small hand-held vacuum cleaner or something much smaller like a cardigan. So technically, a GADGET is an “equally good” hand-held vacuum cleaner and a cardigan is “the same as a small hand-held vacuum cleaner but a little bigger”.

In addition, in the definition section of a GADGET, it is often noted that a GADGET can often be used as a verb. This means that instead of using the word “gadget”, something can be written and then “used” in place of it. For example, a parent might use the phrase, “my darling daughter needs her cute little handbag”. When you see that the usage of the word is clear, this is a very good indication that it is not actually a noun, but something that can be used as a verb.

One of the most interesting things about the GADGET is that it is very easy to tell when it is a noun or a verb. The meaning of a GADGET is as follows: a small hand-held tool usually made of plastic or ceramic that is used to dry hair, take clothes off, draw lines and even cut vegetables. As a verb, it can mean using a tool to dry, cut, draw, splatter, spray or pierce with it. It can also mean to have or carry one. The noun form of the word is usually a bit more difficult to comprehend. A GADGET does not really say anything, other than a tool.

When describing words that are considered GADGETs, it can often be difficult to figure out which is the correct word to use. This is why it is so important to know how the words are properly pronounced. If there are two similar words, they are pronounced the same, but if they are different, they are said differently. For example, the words nail and stick are GADgets. They do not have similar meanings, but they are both used as GADPS. Knowing how they are pronounced will help you determine which is which.