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Translation of "craft" - English-Spanish dictionary

craft

noun   /krɑːft/
an activity in which you make something using a lot of skill, especially with your hands labor artesanal traditional crafts such as weaving
( plural craft) a boat embarcación The wind is too strong for small craft.
(Definition of craft from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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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