Translation of carpentry in Spanish:


carpintería, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkɑrpəntri//ˈkɑːp(ə)ntri/


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    carpintería feminine
    • In those days many working men - and in particular those with carpentry skills - manufactured dartboards out of elm or poplar wood as a sideline.
    • There will be a small-scale industry in carpentry and joinery, as well as brick making which might also absorb the orphans upon completion of their courses.
    • The committee and officer will be responsible for selecting people from the community who will go for training in skills like building and carpentry before starting work on the projects.
    • Most of the stay-at-home fathers spoke about work they were doing on the house, landscaping, carpentry, woodworking or repairing cars.
    • But most kits are pretty well laid out and come with plans and some sort of instructions, so you and a couple of helpers can do the work with basic carpentry skills and tools.
    • Truly designed with the average parent or grandparent in mind, this playhouse project requires no complex knowledge of woodworking or carpentry.
    • When working with pressure-treated lumber, use the same types of precautions as you would with any other carpentry and woodworking processes.
    • Framing walls is known in construction as rough carpentry.
    • They have non-farm related hobbies: Ann sings, Gerry hunts and does carpentry and woodworking, the kids play sports.
    • Like carpentry, writing is a craft; the more you do it, the easier and better you get.
    • Fortunately, the basic carpentry skills and tools required make this project within reach of most homeowners.
    • This knowledge is not carpentry, working in wood or brass or farming.
    • You don't need to be a master carpenter, but some basic carpentry skills are required.
    • He loved carpentry and working with wood and many of his creations can be found today in homes all around this region.
    • When I first started my career in carpentry, building a set of stairs seemed like a complicated and daunting task.
    • I know some carpentry, but I know nothing about electrical or plumbing or roofing.
    • One of the most common occupations of skilled slaves and freedmen was that of carpentry, or more generally any of the construction crafts, including masonry.
    • It's very satisfying work and very doable if you have basic carpentry skills and the right tools.
    • His parents transferred him to a vocational program in carpentry at his high school with the hope that he would find the schoolwork easier.
    • This summer, Old Sturbridge Village has expanded its regular woodworking demonstrations to include carpentry.