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workmanlike

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishworkmanlikework‧man‧like /ˈwɜːkmənlaɪk $ ˈwɜːrk-/ adjective 🔊 🔊 GOOD/EXCELLENTdone in a way which shows skill and hard work, but may not be exciting 🔊 The team put up a good workmanlike performance to win 1–0.
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workmanlikea workmanlike campaignSo here, too, is a noisy engine, but in this application its workmanlike character is not inappropriate.In his nightmares, he churned out workmanlike code for creepy bosses in suits.Minton's sober and workmanlike drawings instance his delight in registering rhythmic activity and industrial shapes.In Dianetics, a workmanlike job of clearing away the debris in and around the machine is performed.Not especially gracious, but squat and workmanlike, plodding with tenacity from port to port.It was a dour struggle between two workmanlike teams.The current pastry department turns out workmanlike, uninspired confections that read more charmingly than they taste.In his slow, workmanlike way he takes a pink crayon and colors a nose on every bunny.
From Longman Business Dictionaryworkmanlikework‧man‧like /ˈwɜːkmənlaɪkˈwɜːrk-/ adjective a workmanlike piece of work has been done in a careful, skilful wayAll work is to be executed in a workmanlike manner, in accordance with the relevant drawings and specifications.
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