[ US /ˈwɝkˌʃɑp/ ]
[ UK /wˈɜːkʃɒp/ ]
NOUN
  1. a brief intensive course for a small group; emphasizes problem solving
  2. small workplace where handcrafts or manufacturing are done
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How To Use workshop In A Sentence

  • All of a sudden St. Philip's ten bells start tanging - one o’clock already - and at once the workshops and factories around the yard begin disgorging throngs of workers on their way to lunch
  • We also went to the DIY store for garden stuff and for a big bucket of white emulsion paint to brighten up the walls in Graham's workshop.
  • During the workshop, they each practised their part in the performance.
  • The work is done by prisoners at a unique computor workshop inside Gloucester jail, visited this afternoon by Princess Anne.
  • For a very long time I loved the idea of writing but did very little - I published a few stories, and workshopped myself into submission.
  • A large amount of capital was required to transform forges into modern iron and steel industries, equip the shipyards to build steamships, and move from small workshops to modern factories.
  • It has since developed a programme which includes a regular schedule of rehearsals, sectional workshops and concerts.
  • He tried other doors: one opened into a former barn, now a workshop.
  • Would-be apprentices are questioned about their attitude towards foreigners, and they take part in a week-long workshop on tolerance and diversity.
  • Surprisingly, Albee points to the new-play development programs found in theatres across North America (involving dramaturges, readings, workshops) as a source of the blandness of so much of the drama of the past 20 years.
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