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craftnoun

us   /kræft/
  • craft noun (SKILL)

[C/U] skill in knowing how to do or make something, or a job or activity needing such skill: [U] He talked about the craft of writing popular fiction. [C] I love to do all kinds of crafts and sewing.
  • craft noun (TRANSPORT)

[C] plural craft a boat, aircraft, or spacecraft
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"craft" in British English

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craftnoun

uk   /krɑːft/ us   /kræft/
  • craft noun (VEHICLE)

[C] plural craft a vehicle for travelling on water or through the air: naval/civilian/patrol/rescue craft 18 craft (= boats) set out in the race.

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craftverb [T often passive]

uk   /krɑːft/ us   /kræft/
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