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Spanish translation of “craft”

craft

noun /kraːft/
an art or skill
arte; oficio
the craft of wood-carving.
(plural craft) a boat or ship
barco, embarcación
sailing craft.
cunning or trickery
astucia
craft and deceit.
crafty adjective (comparative craftier, superlative craftiest) cunning and sly.
astuto
craftily adverb
astutamente
He craftily moved one of the chess pieces when his brother wasn’t looking.
craftiness noun
astucia
craftsman /ˈkraːftsmən/ noun (plural craftsmen) a person skilled at making things (especially by hand)
artesano
These ceramics are made by highly skilled craftsmen.
craftsmanship /ˈkraːfts-/ noun
artesanía
An enormous amount of craftsmanship goes into these wood carvings.
(Definition of craft from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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