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handicraftnoun [C usually plural]

uk   /ˈhændɪkrɑːft/ us   also handcraft PRODUCTION
a product that is made by hand rather than by using a machine: The huge market, which runs from December 1-30, is noted for superb local food specialities and handicrafts.
(Definition of handicraft from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “handicraft”
in Spanish artesanía…
in Vietnamese nghề thủ công…
in Malaysian kraf tangan…
in Thai หัตถกรรม…
in French travail manuel…
in German die Handarbeit…
in Chinese (Simplified) 手工艺, 手工艺品…
in Turkish el becerisi, el sanatı…
in Russian ремесло, рукоделие…
in Indonesian kerajinan tangan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 手工藝, 手工藝品…
in Polish rękodzieło…
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