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workmanship

Line breaks: work¦man|ship
Pronunciation: /ˈwəːkmənʃɪp
 
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Definition of workmanship in English:

noun

[mass noun]
The degree of skill with which a product is made or a job done: cracks on the motorway were caused by poor workmanship
More example sentences
  • People came from far and near to admire his workmanship and skill.
  • Functional or ornamental, one could not deny their skill and workmanship.
  • The clothes involve a high degree of workmanship, every single piece is stitched with a lot embroidery.
Synonyms
craftsmanship, artistry, craft, art, artisanship, handiwork, work;
skill, skilfulness, technique, expertise

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