Definition of 'woodwork'

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Example sentences containing 'woodwork'

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The hosts hit the woodwork twice. The Sun (2016)And his current side Bournemouth are also tops when it comes to woodwork hits with six. The Sun (2016)We scored twice away from home and hit the woodwork three times - it has to be a positive thing. The Sun (2016)Wanderers twice rattled the woodwork. The Sun (2016)A lot of Rocky fans have come out the woodwork since he made his social-media debut three years ago. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There are too many girlfriends coming out of the woodwork claiming a little bit of the limelight. The Sun (2016)The best option would be to sand down your woodwork and paint it in your preferred colour. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They hit the woodwork three times during the first half. The Sun (2012)The hosts hit the woodwork three times. The Sun (2012)Ghana began brightly and hit the woodwork three times in an entertaining first half. The Sun (2008)And you cannot dispute that striking the woodwork three times hardly helped the cause. The Sun (2011)The Robins then hit the woodwork twice but could not fashion a comeback. The Sun (2012)Suddenly the air smells of sawdust and effort - a flashback to woodwork class at school. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Colchester deserved to win after twice hitting the woodwork in a one-sided first half. The Sun (2014)The Eagles hit the woodwork three times in the first half but faded after the interval. The Sun (2009)But we gave it a real go after that, hit the woodwork three times. The Sun (2016)But this time neither defence was breached, although the woodwork was rattled three times as the rain lashed down. The Sun (2010)The home side looked like crumbling midway through the second half when the Shrews hit the woodwork twice inside four minutes. The Sun (2014)Blues were unlucky not to have a lead to defend after hitting the woodwork three times in the first leg in Portugal last week. The Sun (2011)I was in a bare room, its walls and woodwork painted a light gray. Christianity Today (2000)The victory was no more than Ireland deserved, as they had also twice rattled the woodwork. The Sun (2012)Sunderland, in fact, rattled the woodwork twice in the first half. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Forest, who had hit the woodwork three times, got their deserved equaliser shortly afterwards. Times, Sunday Times (2012)By painting the woodwork the same colour as the walls, the hall feels spacious, not crowded. Times, Sunday Times (2015)We got the goal back, hit the woodwork twice, and had an obvious penalty turned down. The Sun (2009)An additional fiasco was that I lined it with a piece of green cloth they had available in the woodwork room. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Luck certainly deserted LVG when he needed it most, as his team twice hit the woodwork in the first half. The Sun (2015)

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Translations for 'woodwork'

British English: woodwork /ˈwʊdˌwɜːk/ NOUN
You can refer to the doors and other wooden parts of a house as the woodwork.
...fresh paint on the woodwork.
  • American English: woodwork
  • Arabic: أَعْمَالُ الـخَشْب
  • Brazilian Portuguese: carpintaria
  • Chinese: 木制品
  • Croatian: drvenarija
  • Czech: truhlařina
  • Danish: træværk
  • Dutch: houtwerk
  • European Spanish: carpintería construcción
  • Finnish: puuosat
  • French: menuiserie
  • German: Holzarbeit
  • Greek: ξύλινη επένδυση
  • Italian: falegnameria
  • Japanese: 木工部
  • Korean: 목공품
  • Norwegian: treverk
  • Polish: stolarka
  • European Portuguese: carpintaria
  • Romanian: tâmplărie
  • Russian: деревянные изделия
  • Latin American Spanish: carpintería
  • Swedish: snickerier
  • Thai: สิ่งของภายในบ้านที่ทำจากไม้ เช่นกรอบประตู หน้าต่าง บันได
  • Turkish: ağaç işleri
  • Ukrainian: дерев'яні вироби
  • Vietnamese: nghề mộc


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