The equipment, apparatus, and supplies of a military force or other organization. See Synonyms at equipment.(noun)
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Use "matériel" in a sentence
"Even in wartime, when the production of materiel is crucial to national survival, Congress has never claimed such a power."
"Additional sonic materiel is supplied by The Ten Thousand Things, who contributed four lush and unsettling “eldritch drones” to the project."
"But this year, the Malaysian government announced that it had enacted an export-control law intended to strengthen its ability to curb trade in materiel for weapons of mass destruction."