Kitting

Kitting,

Definition of Kitting:

  1. A set of articles or equipment needed for a specific purpose.

  2. The clothing used for an activity such as a sport.

  3. A large basket, box, or other container, especially for fish.

  4. Provide someone or something with the appropriate clothing or equipment.

  5. Process in which individually separate but related items are grouped, packaged, and supplied together as one unit. For example, in ordering a PC online, a customer may select memory, drives, peripherals, and software from several alternatives. The supplier then creates a customized kit that is assembled and shipped as one unit.

Phonetic Pronunciation of Kitting

/kɪt/

Origin of word Kitting

Early 16th century perhaps from Latin cithara (see cittern).

Synonyms of Kitting

Equip, Fit, Fit out, Fit up, Fix up, Furnish, Stock, Supply, Provide, Provision, Issue, Equipment, Tools, Implements, Instruments, Gadgets, Utensils, Appliances, Tools of the trade, Materials, Aids, Gear, Tackle, Hardware, Paraphernalia, Appurtenances, Clothes, Clothing, Rig, Outfit, Dress, Costume, Garments, Attire, Garb

How to use Kitting in a sentence?

  1. You may want to try and package your product in a way of kitting to get two items out at the same time.
  2. A first-aid kit.
  3. The practice of kitting would help, because we could sell things in groups, which always helped our sales big time.
  4. Sometimes it is a good idea to include a new product in kitting so that people will give it a try with something they usually buy.
  5. A football kit.
  6. We were all kitted out in life jackets.

Meaning of Kitting & Kitting Definition