suomi-englanti sanakirja

craft englannista suomeksi

  1. viekkaus

  2. taito

  3. ammattitaito

  4. ammattikunta

  5. valmistaa käsin

  6. alus

  1. Substantiivi

  2. ammattitaito

  3. johtamistaito

  4. viekkaus, oveluus

  5. ammattikunta; kilta guild as organization

  6. kalastusvälineet (monikko) ; valaanpyyntivälineet (monikko)

  7. veneet (monikko)

  8. peli

  9. alus

  10. ammatti

  11. Verbi

  12. tehdä käsin">tehdä käsin

  13. muotoilla

craft englanniksi

  1. Strength; power; might; force (defdate).

  2. (quote-book)|title=Pylgrimage of Perfection|year=1526|url=|passage=By the craft of nature.

  3. Intellectual power; skill; art.

  4. Ability, skilfulness, especially skill in making plans and carrying them into execution; dexterity in managing affairs, adroitness, practical cunning; ingenuity in constructing, dexterity (defdate).

  5. (quote-book)|title=Parlement of Foules|year=c. 1381|passage=The lyf so short, the craft so longe to lerne

  6. (quote-book)|title=A history of Greece|year=1846|passage=The Cyclôpes were Brontês, Steropês, and Argês,—formidable persons, equally distinguished for strength and for manual craft (..)

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  8. Cunning, art, skill, or dexterity applied to bad purposes; artifice; guile; subtlety; shrewdness as demonstrated by being skilled in deception (defdate).

  9. (RQ:KJV)and the chiefe Priests, and the Scribes sought how they might take him by craft, and put him to death.

  10. (RQ:Hobbes Leviathan) you have that Crooked Wisdome, which is called Craft (..)

  11. (RQ:London Sea-Wolf)

  12. (syn)

  13. Occult art, magic (defdate).

  14. A work or product of art (defdate).

  15. Handmade items, especially domestic or decorative objects; handicrafts (defdate).

  16. (quote-book)

  17. A device, a means; a magical device, spell or enchantment (defdate).

  18. Learning of the schools, scholarship; a branch of learning or knowledge, a science, especially one of the ‘seven arts’ of the medieval universities (defdate).

  19. Skill, skilfulness, art, especially the skill needed for a particular profession (defdate).

  20. (quote-book)|title=Timber: or Discoveries made upon Men and Matter |year=1640|pageurl=|page=213|passage=A poem is the work of the poet; the end and fruit of his labour and study. Poesy is his skill or craft of making; the very fiction itself, the reason or form of the work.

  21. (quote-book)|title=Mechanick exercises, or The doctrine of handy-works|year=1678|passage=It is counted good workmanship in a Joyner, to have the craft of bearing his hand so curiously even, the whole length of a long Board.

  22. (ux)

  23. A branch of skilled work or trade, especially one requiring manual dexterity or artistic skill, but sometimes applied equally to any business, calling or profession; the skilled practice of a practical occupation (defdate).

  24. (quote-book)|title=Evangeline, A Tale of Acadie|year=1847|pageurl=|page=281|passage= For since the birth of time, throughout all ages and nations, / Has the craft of the smith been held in repute by the people.

  25. (quote-book)|title=The history of the Norman conquest|year=1871|pageurl=|page=250|passage=Fond as William was of the craft of the woods, he was the least likely of all men to let his sport stand in the way of his interest.

  26. (quote-web) and his Poland opposite number (w) but this was a game where it was possible to simply enjoy two masters of their craft at work.

  27. A trade or profession as embodied in its practitioners collectively; the members of a trade or handicraft as a body; an association of these; a trade's union, guild, or ‘company(defdate).

  28. (quote-book)|title=The Canterbury Tales. The Cokes Tale|year=c. 1386|pageurl=|page=50|passage=A prentis whilom dwelt in our citee, / And of a craft of vitaillers was he

  29. A vehicle designed for navigation in or on water or air or through space (defdate).

  30. Boats, especially of smaller size than ships. Historically primarily applied to vessels engaged in loading or unloading of other vessels, as lighters, hoys, and barges.

  31. Those vessels attendant on a fleet, such as cutters, schooners, and gun-boats, generally commanded by lieutenants.

  32. A woman.

  33. (RQ:Chambers Younger Set)

  34. Implements used in catching fish, such as net, line, or hook. Modern use primarily in whaling, as in harpoons, hand-lances, etc. (defdate).

  35. (quote-book)''

  36. (quote-journal)

  37. (quote-book)|chapter=A Boy Who Went Whaling|title=The Highest Hit: and Other Selections by Newbery Authors|pageurl=’s+boat+they+removed%2C+at+his+direction%2C+all+whaling+gear+and+craft+except+the+oars+and+a+single+lance.|publisher=Gareth Stevens Publishing|year_published=2001|isbn=9780836828566|page=47|passage=From the mate’s boat they removed, at his direction, all whaling gear and craft except the oars and a single lance.

  38. (quote-journal)Temple, a negro of New Bedford, who made ‘whalecraft’, that is, was a blacksmith engaged in working from iron the special utensils or ‘craft’ of the whaling trade.

  39. To make hand and with much skill.

  40. To construct, develop something (like a skilled craftsman).

  41. ''state crafting; the process of crafting global policing''

  42. To combine multiple items to form a new item, such as armour or medicine.

  43. strength, power, force