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The same thing happened during pottery class at senior school. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It meant he missed weekly pottery classes. The Sun (2016)Being the fifth generation of a family pottery business has its advantages. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Cell doors are not locked and cons can take classes ranging from pottery and woodwork to cookery and horticulture. The Sun (2013)There will also be a festive celebration at his pottery class, where he usually makes gifts. The Sun (2015)She agreed, drove me home and signed me up for pottery class instead. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Clay soils are a doddle to spot: simply think of pottery classes. Times, Sunday Times (2006)I will have to use my lump sum to fund the expenses for setting up the pottery business. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Stoke's coal mines and steel works are long gone and it has been a tough time in recent years for its pottery industry. The Sun (2013)So I went to pottery classes and sculpture classes and made myself good at those things. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They had a well-established pottery industry, and interesting artistic forms. World History: Patterns of Change and Continuity (1995)They range from looted gold and silver Byzantine coins to Roman pottery and glass worth hundreds of thousands of pounds. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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British English: pottery /ˈpɒtərɪ/ NOUN
Pottery is objects made from clay.
...a fine range of pottery.
- American English: pottery
- Arabic: فُخَّار
- Brazilian Portuguese: cerâmica
- Chinese: 陶器
- Croatian: grnčarstvo
- Czech: keramika
- Danish: pottemagervarer
- Dutch: aardewerk
- European Spanish: cerámica
- Finnish: keramiikka
- French: poterie
- German: Töpferwaren
- Greek: κεραμική
- Italian: ceramiche
- Japanese: 陶器
- Korean: 도기
- Norwegian: keramikk
- Polish: wyroby garncarskie
- European Portuguese: cerâmica
- Romanian: ceramică
- Russian: керамические изделия
- Spanish: cerámica
- Swedish: krukmakeri
- Thai: เครื่องปั้นดินเผา
- Turkish: çanak çömlek
- Ukrainian: гончарні вироби
- Vietnamese: đồ gốm
Definition of pottery from the Collins English Dictionary
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