craftsmanship


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crafts·man

 (krăfts′mən)
n.
A man who practices a craft with great skill.

crafts′man·like′ adj.
crafts′man·ly adj.
crafts′man·ship′ n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.craftsmanship - skill in an occupation or tradecraftsmanship - skill in an occupation or trade  
acquirement, skill, accomplishment, attainment, acquisition - an ability that has been acquired by training
housecraft - skill in domestic management
priestcraft - the skills involved in the work of a priest
stagecraft - skill in writing or staging plays
tradecraft - skill acquired through experience in a trade; often used to discuss skill in espionage; "instructional designers are trained in something that might be called tradecraft"; "the CIA chief of station accepted responsibility for his agents' failures of tradecraft"
watercraft - skill in the management of boats
woodcraft - skill in carving or fashioning objects from wood

craftsmanship

noun workmanship, technique, expertise, mastery, artistry His carvings are known for their style, detail and craftsmanship.

craftsmanship

noun
The technique, style, and quality of working:
Translations
مَهارَة الصَّنْعَـه أو الحِرْفَـه
dovednostřemeslnostumění
håndværkkunsthåndværk
mesteri munka
verkkunnátta
sanatkârlıkustalık

craftsmanship

[ˈkrɑːftsmənʃɪp] N (no pl) (= skill) → destreza f, habilidad f; (= workmanship) → trabajo m

craftsmanship

[ˈkrɑːftsmənʃɪp] n
[person] → connaissance f du métier, art m
[thing] → travail m

craftsmanship

nHandwerkskunst f; (of person also)handwerkliches Können, Kunstfertigkeit f; there’s no craftsmanship left these daysheutzutage gibt es einfach keine Handwerkskunst mehr

craftsmanship

[ˈkrɑːftsmənˌʃɪp] n (skill) → arte f, abilità, maestria
a piece of craftmanship → un pezzo di artigianato

craft

(kraːft) noun
1. an art or skill. the craft of wood-carving.
2. (plural craft) a boat or ship. sailing craft.
3. cunning or trickery. craft and deceit.
ˈcrafty adjective
cunning and sly.
ˈcraftily adverb
ˈcraftiness noun
ˈcraftsman (ˈkraːftsmən) noun
a person skilled at making things (especially by hand).
ˈcraftsmanship (ˈkraːfts-) noun
References in classic literature ?
The French found Moscow abandoned but with all the organizations of regular life, with diverse branches of commerce and craftsmanship, with luxury, and governmental and religious institutions.
There lay all the work I was ever proud of, the rest is but honest craftsmanship done to give her coal and food and softer pillows.
Vertu aims to deliver the world's best luxury mobile phone experience for its customers by combining expert craftsmanship and peerless materials with innovative technology and unique services.
515 Park Avenue's blending of old-world elegance and contemporary design, spacious floorplans with private and public wings, and unsurpassed craftsmanship have made it a unique properly," said Arthur and William Lie Zeckendorf of Zeckendorf Realty, L.
These new offices for a building contractor are a highly sensual yet functional interplay of craftsmanship and fine materials, reflecting a modern Danish sensibility.
Latitude's boats feature hand-laid fiberglass, which gives the buyer old world craftsmanship mixed with the latest advances in technology.
July 3, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Ford Motor Company has maintained a commitment to quality and craftsmanship for more than 100 years.
Protected under State and Federal statutes, The Mill's 19th century facade, with its Italianate style architecture and flawless craftsmanship, remains virtually unchanged.
Still today, under Bertazzoni family leadership, the same commitment to quality craftsmanship, high-performance technology and elegant Italian style endures.
Historical craftsmanship has continued to be part and parcel of human society generation after generation.
Fastidious attention to and enjoyment of detail (and this excursion into ornament) suggest Viennese influences -- in particular Hoffmann; but the concern for craftsmanship has very local origins.