Synonyms of craft in English

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noun

1‘the old tailor was proud of his craft’

SYNONYMS
skill, skilfulness, facility, ability, capability, competence, art, technique, aptitude, talent, flair, gift, genius, cleverness, knack
artistry, mastery, dexterity, dexterousness, craftsmanship, workmanship, expertness, expertise, proficiency, adroitness, adeptness, deftness, ingenuity, virtuosity
informal know-how

2‘the historian's craft’

SYNONYMS
activity, pursuit, occupation, work, line, line of work, profession, job, business, line of business, trade, employment, position, post, situation, career, métier, vocation, calling, skill, field, province, walk of life
Scottish way
informal racket, game
Australian informal grip
archaic employ

3‘he knew how to win by craft and diplomacy what he could not gain by force’

SYNONYMS
cunning, craftiness, guile, wiliness, artfulness, deviousness, slyness, trickery, trickiness
duplicity, dishonesty, cheating, deceitfulness, deceit, deception, sharp practice, chicanery, intrigue, palace intrigue, scheming, strategy, subterfuge, evasion
wiles, ploys, schemes, stratagems, tactics, manoeuvres, tricks, ruses
informal foxiness, monkey business, funny business, hanky-panky, jiggery-pokery, every trick in the book
ANTONYMS

honesty, naivety


Synonyms of craft in English

: craft1craft2

craft2


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See Spanish definition of oficio

noun

1‘the river was teeming with all sorts of craft’

SYNONYMS
vessel, ship, boat, watercraft, aircraft, machine, spacecraft, spaceship
British informal, dated kite
literary keel, barque