[ US /ˈkɑɹpəntɝ/ ]
[ UK /kˈɑːpəntɐ/ ]
  1. work as a carpenter
  1. a woodworker who makes or repairs wooden objects
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How To Use carpenter In A Sentence

  • Working with steel requires different tools and skills, so there is a big learning curve for carpenters.
  • A reed basket of ha'penny nails to go with it lay in the jumble of objects at the far end of the table; something perhaps left behind by the carpenters who had furnished the room. Sick Cycle Carousel
  • We need to keep these plumbers and carpenters in business. Times, Sunday Times
  • Carpenter scrambled out of the pocket, pulled up at the line of scrimmage and shoveled the ball to Thompson, who outleaped two defenders under the goal post.
  • Meant as a follow up to Stadler’s Pools & Pouf collection from earlier this month, Tephra is a co-edition with Carpenter’s Workshop Gallery that represents mutation rather than dissolution. Unique Desk Design : The Wave Desk by Robert Brou
  • The tradesmen like lohar, tarkhan (carpenter), nai (barber) and darzi (tailor) traditionally working in the villages since centuries - mostly paid in the form of grain at the end of each rabi and kharif seasons - are no more pursuing their vocations. Light Within
  • Ron left school at 14 to become a carpenter and joiner.
  • He is an able builder and carpenter, but only if using the right stuff. Times, Sunday Times
  • You don't need to be a master carpenter, but some basic carpentry skills are required.
  • He who would inflict death in the room of him who so presides over it may be described as hewing wood instead of a great carpenter. The Tao Teh King, or the Tao and its Characteristics
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