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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishworkmanshipwork‧man‧ship /ˈwɜːkmənʃɪp $ ˈwɜːrk-/ noun [uncountable]  GOOD ATskill in making things, especially in a way that makes them look good syn craftsmanship
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workmanshipA mixture of bad workmanship, bad materials and bad design has left an extraordinary legacy of decay.In this wall was a great wrought-iron gate of eighteenth-century workmanship.Technicians were criticised for defective workmanship on vital signalling equipment, lack of checks on work and lack of proper testing.Intricate workmanship is apparent in the examples of Hopi coiled baskets from about 1900 and more recent times.It was neither poor workmanship to blame, nor poor machinery, but poor management.But faults in execution of buildings are often blamed on poor workmanship by the builder.Now you may think that this is an article promoting poor workmanship, it is not.
From Longman Business Dictionaryworkmanshipwork‧man‧ship /ˈwɜːkmənʃɪpˈwɜːrk-/ noun [uncountable] the way in which something is made, especially the level of skill and care with which it is donePoor workmanship had led to remedial work on 20 roads and 62 bridges.I stopped to admire the fine workmanship in the mosaic.
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