Definition of sheltered workshop in English:

sheltered workshop

Syllabification: shel·tered work·shop

noun

A supervised workplace for physically disabled or mentally handicapped adults.
More example sentences
  • Does she believe that the reason for the extension was to ensure that parents of disabled people in sheltered workshops have been adequately consulted, and, if they have not been, why not?
  • Prime Minister John Howard this week moved to lay to rest fears that some Bundaberg sheltered workshops that employ disabled workers could be forced to close their doors.
  • Have you ever stepped into a sheltered workshop?

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