The store sells TVs, VCRs, and other electronic devices.
agreeing to dismantle all nuclear devices
a useful mnemonic device for remembering the names of the planets
The company's method of tracking expenses is just a device to make it seem more profitable.
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Middle English devis, devise, from Anglo-French, division, plan, from deviser to divide, regulate, tell — more at devise