craft

  • 1 Craft — bezeichnet: Craft (Bischof), auch „Krafto“, deutscher Bischof des Frühmittelalters die Craft Helmets, deutscher Hersteller von Motorradhelmen mit Sitz in Münster Craft (Band), schwedische Black Metal Band Craft of Scandinavia, schwedischer… …

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  • 2 Craft — (kr[.a]ft), n. [AS. cr[ae]ft strength, skill, art, cunning; akin to OS., G., Sw., & Dan. kraft strength, D. kracht, Icel. kraptr; perh. originally, a drawing together, stretching, from the root of E. cramp.] 1. Strength; might; secret power. [Obs …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 3 craft´i|ly — craft|y «KRAF tee, KRAHF », adjective, craft|i|er, craft|i|est. 1. skillful in deceiving others; sly; tricky: »a crafty villain. The crafty fox lured the rabbit from its hole …

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  • 4 craft|y — «KRAF tee, KRAHF », adjective, craft|i|er, craft|i|est. 1. skillful in deceiving others; sly; tricky: »a crafty villain. The crafty fox lured the rabbit from its hole …

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  • 5 craft — [krɑːft ǁ kræft] noun [countable] JOBS a job or activity that takes a lot of skill, usually one in which you make things using your hands and special tools: • the blacksmith s craft • He learnt the film making craft at Pinewood studios …

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  • 6 craft — [n1] expertise, skill ability, adeptness, adroitness, aptitude, art, artistry, cleverness, competence, cunning, dexterity, expertness, ingenuity, knack, know how*, proficiency, technique; concepts 409,706 craft [n2] deceit, scheme art, artfulness …

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  • 7 craft — [kraft, kräft] n. [ME < OE cræft, strength, power; akin to Ger kraft, strength, force (sense “skill” only in E) < IE * grep < base * ger , to twist, turn (see CRADLE): basic sense “cramping of muscles during exertion of strength”] 1. a… …

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  • 8 Craft — Craft, v. t. To play tricks; to practice artifice. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] You have crafted fair. Shak. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 9 -craft — [kraft, kräft] 〚/span> CRAFT〛 combining form the work, skill, or practice of * * * …

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  • 10 -craft — [kraft, kräft] [< CRAFT] combining form the work, skill, or practice of …

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  • 11 craft — index business (occupation), calling, career, contrivance, deception, device (contrivance), discretion …

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  • 12 -craft — [kra:ft US kræft] suffix [in nouns] 1.) a vehicle of a particular type ▪ a spacecraft ▪ a hovercraft ▪ several aircraft 2.) skill of a particular kind ▪ statecraft (=skill in government) ▪ stagecraft (=skill in acting, directing etc in plays) …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 13 craft — 1 skill, cunning, *art, artifice Analogous words: adeptness, expertness, proficiency (see corresponding adjectives at PROFICIENT): ingeniousness or ingenuity, cleverness (see corresponding adjectives at CLEVER): competence, capability (see… …

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  • 14 craft — has been revived as a verb in the language of advertising (bungalows of locally crafted brick and tile) and in literary and other criticism • (He had by then perfected the swagger of the Identikit newspaper tycoon and had crafted his performance… …

    Modern English usage

  • 15 craft — ► NOUN 1) an activity involving skill in making things by hand. 2) skill in carrying out one s work. 3) (crafts) things made by hand. 4) cunning. 5) (pl. same) a boat, ship, or aircraft. ► VERB ▪ …

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  • 16 Craft — For other uses, see Craft (disambiguation). Crafts redirects here. For other uses, see Crafts (disambiguation). For the non profit organization, see CRAFT (company). Woodworking being done in a workshop …

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  • 17 Craft — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom.  Pour les articles homophones, voir Kraft et Krafft. Sur les autres projets Wikimedia  …

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  • 18 craft — 01. After experiencing engine problems, the pilot was able to land his [craft] without incident. 02. The skipper guided his [craft] to the dock and began unloading his fish. 03. The naval [craft] approached the beach under cover of nightfall. 04 …

    Grammatical examples in English

  • 19 craft — aero·craft; an·ti·air·craft·er; craft·i·ly; craft·i·ness; craft·less; craft; hand·craft·man; hand·i·craft; hand·i·craft·er; trade·craft; an·ti·air·craft; air·craft·man; air·craft·wom·an; …

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  • 20 craft — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 activity needing skill with your hands ADJECTIVE ▪ skilled ▪ Sheep shearing is a highly skilled craft. ▪ ancient, traditional ▪ country, local …

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