Examples of gizmo in a Sentence
He broke the gizmo he uses to open and close his garage door.
found all sorts of interesting woodworking gizmos in the garage
Recent Examples of gizmo from the Web
Instead of burning split and seasoned hardwood, these gizmos, from $400 to $1,000, are fueled by what looks like rabbit food, small pellets of compressed sawdust.
Palm Beach County schools have increased bus driver salaries and bought new buses with the latest technological gizmos.
Members of those groups ran adult bookstores and distribution networks for the various publications, films and gizmos that stocked them.
Festivalgoers could also try out all sorts of gizmos at a marketplace full of new and vintage electronic instruments and, often, the people who devised them.
Everybody’s going to be getting stuff on their gizmos through the Chinese system and not the American system.
Greater investment in labor-saving plants and gizmos will be key to keep supply problems from feeding into prices.
Like the posts on your Facebook News Feed, the F8 goodies are a mix of cool gizmos (An Oculus Go virtual-reality headset for $199!); uplifting updates (Instagram is getting anti-bullying features!); and stuff that sounds kind of sketchy.
The 2-day event is a time for app developers to spotlight Facebook's latest gizmos and vision for the future and is usually high-spirited with Zuckerberg's speech containing exciting news and his infamous dad jokes.
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GIZMO Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of gizmo for English Language Learners
: a usually small mechanical or electronic device
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