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bas·ket·work

 (băs′kĭt-wûrk′)
n.
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basketwork

(ˈbɑːskɪtˌwɜːk)
n
(Crafts) another word for wickerwork
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bas•ket•work

(ˈbæs kɪtˌwɜrk, ˈbɑ skɪt-)

n.
baskets or things made or woven in the manner of a basket; basketry.
[1760–70]
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Translations
أعمـال سِلاليّهكُرْسي من السِّلال
košíkářské výrobkyproutěný
fletvarerkurve-
tága-tágavörur
prútený tovar
sepet işisepet örgüsü

basketwork

[ˈbɑːskɪtwɜːk] Ncestería f
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basket

(ˈbaːskit) noun
a container made of strips of wood, rushes etc woven together. She carried a large basket.
ˈbasketball noun
a game in which goals are scored by throwing a ball into a net on a high post.
adjective
a basketball court.
ˈbasketry noun
basketwork.
ˈbasketwork noun
articles made of plaited rushes etc.
adjective
a basketwork chair.
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