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workmanship
American English: /ˈwərkmənˌʃɪp/
British English: /ˈwəːkmənʃɪp/

Translation of workmanship in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • (of craftsman) an example of her workmanship
    un ejemplo de (la calidad de) su trabajo
    a fine piece of workmanship
    un trabajo esmerado
    it's just poor workmanship
    no es más que falta de habilidad profesional
    a piece of fine workmanship
    una pieza de excelente factura
    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.

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