Definition of 'carpentry'
Example sentences containing 'carpentry'
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He was going to run a carpentry business. Times, Sunday Times (2008)This was to be made by me in the carpentry workshop. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Through the project she was able to learn carpentry while building a small flat in a new terrace. The Sun (2011)Everybody admires your carpentry shop work. Sociology (1995)There are not many olive wood carpentry shops left in the biblical city of Bethlehem. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I prefer to learn about carpentry from carpenters. Christianity Today (2000)He was 23, had just set up his own carpentry business and was doing well. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He was learning plumbing, carpentry and tradesmen's skills. The Sun (2008)But don't ignore plumbing or carpentry - there are skill shortages in the trades that will worsen. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There are vacancies across the UK in roles including carpentry, plumbing and welding. The Sun (2013)
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Translations for 'carpentry'
British English: carpentry /ˈkɑːpɪntrɪ/ NOUN
Carpentry is the activity of making and repairing wooden things.
- American English: carpentry
- Arabic: نِـجَارَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: carpintaria
- Chinese: 木工工作
- Croatian: tesarija
- Czech: tesařství
- Danish: tømrerarbejde
- Dutch: timmerwerk
- European Spanish: carpintería actividad
- Finnish: puusepäntyö
- French: menuiserie
- German: Zimmerhandwerk
- Greek: ξυλουργική
- Italian: falegnameria
- Japanese: 大工仕事
- Korean: 목수일
- Norwegian: snekkerarbeid
- Polish: stolarstwo
- European Portuguese: carpintaria
- Romanian: tâmplărie
- Russian: плотничные работы
- Spanish: carpintería
- Swedish: snickeriarbete
- Thai: ที่เกี่ยวกับช่างไม้
- Turkish: marangozluk
- Ukrainian: теслярство
- Vietnamese: nghề thợ mộc
Definition of carpentry from the Collins English Dictionary
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