Definition of bushcraft in English:

bushcraft

Syllabification: bush·craft
Pronunciation: /ˈbo͝oSHˌkraft
 
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noun

Skill at living in the bush.
More example sentences
  • The other half of the school week is run by the adult Aboriginal students themselves, teaching the white teachers - and others - Aboriginal skills like language, bushcraft, anthropology, traditional practices.
  • Bushrangers survived by being skilled in bushcraft, but the bush generally did not afford them a living.
  • The proficient practitioner of bushcraft anticipates his or her needs before it gets dark.

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