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    gizmo

    " A new lab has been equipped with high-tech gizmos."

    Is it Ok to use "gizmo" for a piece of equipment that you can't recall the name of?

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    Re: gizmo

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    " A new lab has been equipped with high-tech gizmos."

    Is it Ok to use "gizmo" for a piece of equipment that you can't recall the name of?
    I would say it's OK if used informally but if in a more formal statement, why not simply use equipment?

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    Re: gizmo

    Quote Originally Posted by billmcd View Post
    I would say it's OK if used informally but if in a more formal statement, why not simply use equipment?
    I meant the informal use. Thanks.

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