- (British English) (+ adverb complement) she loves pottering around o about in the gardenle encanta entretenerse trabajando en el jardínI've been pottering around the house all dayme he pasado el día haciendo un poco de esto y un poco de aquello en la casaExample sentences
- He had more confidence to get about and could do a lot more - it allowed him to potter about in the house, in the garden and the greenhouse.
- He is ‘not really into’ nightclubs and is looking for a quiet house ‘with a nice garden, somewhere to potter about like the old boy I am’.
- The employees manning these centres are trained to remain unobtrusive and encourage the visitors to potter about, handling the products on display.
- alfarero, (-ra) (masculine, feminine)potter's wheel
ceramista (masculine and feminine)torno (masculine) de alfareropotter's clayExample sentences
- Following Meissen and Sèvres products, British potters began to use china clay or kaolin, when in 1768 William Cookworthy, a Plymouth chemist, proved the potential of the kaolin reserves of Cornwall.
- It has been my experience, in the art-show world, at least, that the word ‘clay,’ when used to describe this polymer material, has offended and angered many potters and ceramicists.
- In rural areas Hindus perform much of the traditional craft production of items for everyday life; caste groups include weavers, potters, iron and gold smiths, and carpenters.
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