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Craft vs. Vehicle

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Craftnoun

Strength; power; might; force .

Vehiclenoun

A conveyance; a device for carrying or transporting substances, objects or individuals.

Craftnoun

(uncountable) Intellectual power; skill; art.

Vehiclenoun

A medium for expression of talent or views.

Craftnoun

Ability, skilfulness, especially skill in making plans and carrying them into execution; dexterity in managing affairs, adroitness, practical cunning; ingenuity in constructing, dexterity .

Vehiclenoun

A liquid content (e.g. oil) which acts as a binding and drying agent in paint. (FM 55-501).

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Craftnoun

Cunning, art, skill, or dexterity applied to bad purposes; artifice; guile; subtlety; shrewdness as demonstrated by being skilled in deception .

Vehiclenoun

(pharmaceuticals) The main excipient (such as an oil or gel) that conveys the active ingredient of a drug.

Craftnoun

(obsolete) Occult art, magic .

Vehiclenoun

An entity to achieve an end.

Craftnoun

A work or product of art .

Vehiclenoun

(Buddhism) A mode or method of spiritual practice; a yana.

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Craftnoun

(collective or plural) Handmade items, especially domestic or decorative objects; handicrafts .

Vehiclenoun

(Hinduism) An animal or (rarely) a plant on which a Hindu deity rides or sits

Craftnoun

A device, a means; a magical device, spell or enchantment .

Vehiclenoun

That in or on which any person or thing is, or may be, carried, as a coach, carriage, wagon, cart, car, sleigh, bicycle, etc.; a means of conveyance; specifically, a means of conveyance upon land.

Craftnoun

Learning of the schools, scholarship; a branch of learning or knowledge, a science, especially one of the ‘seven liberal arts’ of the medieval universities .

Vehiclenoun

That which is used as the instrument of conveyance or communication; as, matter is the vehicle of energy.

‘A simple style forms the best vehicle of thought to a popular assembly.’;

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Craftnoun

(uncountable) Skill, skilfulness, art, especially the skill needed for a particular profession .

‘The craft of writing plays.’;

Vehiclenoun

A substance in which medicine is taken.

Craftnoun

A branch of skilled work or trade, especially one requiring manual dexterity or artistic skill, but sometimes applied equally to any business, calling or profession; the skilled practice of a practical occupation .

‘The carpenter's craft.’; ‘He learned his craft as an apprentice.’;

Vehiclenoun

Any liquid with which a pigment is applied, including whatever gum, wax, or glutinous or adhesive substance is combined with it.

Craftnoun

(countable) A trade or profession as embodied in its practitioners collectively; the members of a trade or handicraft as a body; an association of these; a trade's union, guild, or ‘company’ .

‘She represented the craft of brewers.’;

Vehiclenoun

A liquid used to spread sensitive salts upon glass and paper for use in photography.

Craftnoun

A vehicle designed for navigation in or on water or air or through outer space .

Vehiclenoun

a conveyance that transports people or objects

Craftnoun

(nautical) Boats, especially of smaller size than ships. Historically primarily applied to vessels engaged in loading or unloading of other vessels, as lighters, hoys, and barges.

Vehiclenoun

a medium for the expression or achievement of something;

‘his editorials provided a vehicle for his political views’; ‘a congregation is a vehicle of group identity’;

Craftnoun

Those vessels attendant on a fleet, such as cutters, schooners, and gun-boats, generally commanded by lieutenants.

Vehiclenoun

any inanimate object (as a towel or money or clothing or dishes or books or toys etc.) that can transmit infectious agents from one person to another

Craftnoun

(figurative) A woman.

Vehiclenoun

a thing used for transporting people or goods, especially on land, such as a car, lorry, or cart

‘the vehicle was sent skidding across the road’; ‘a heavy goods vehicle’;

Craftnoun

Implements used in catching fish, such as net, line, or hook. Modern use primarily in whaling, as in harpoons, hand-lances, etc. .

Vehiclenoun

a thing used to express, embody, or fulfil something

‘I use paint as a vehicle for my ideas’;

Craftverb

To make by hand and with much skill.

Vehiclenoun

a substance that facilitates the use of a drug, pigment, or other material mixed with it

‘casein was used as a vehicle for pigments by the medieval painters’;

Craftverb

To construct, develop something (like a skilled craftsman).

‘state crafting; the process of crafting global policing’;

Vehiclenoun

a film, television programme, song, etc. that is intended to display the leading performer to the best advantage

‘a vehicle for a star who was one of Hollywood's hottest properties’;

Craftverb

(video games) To combine multiple items to form a new item, such as armour or medicine.

Vehiclenoun

a privately controlled company through which an individual or organization conducts a particular kind of business, especially investment.

Craftnoun

Strength; might; secret power.

Vehicle

A vehicle (from Latin: vehiculum) is a machine that transports people or cargo. Vehicles include wagons, bicycles, motor vehicles (motorcycles, cars, trucks, buses), railed vehicles (trains, trams), watercraft (ships, boats), amphibious vehicles (screw-propelled vehicle, hovercraft), aircraft (airplanes, helicopters) and spacecraft.Land vehicles are classified broadly by what is used to apply steering and drive forces against the ground: wheeled, tracked, railed or skied.

Craftnoun

Art or skill; dexterity in particular manual employment; hence, the occupation or employment itself; manual art; a trade.

‘Ye know that by this craft we have our wealth.’; ‘A poem is the work of the poet; poesy is his skill or craft of making.’; ‘Since the birth of time, throughout all ages and nations,Has the craft of the smith been held in repute.’;

Craftnoun

Those engaged in any trade, taken collectively; a guild; as, the craft of ironmongers.

‘The control of trade passed from the merchant guilds to the new craft guilds.’;

Craftnoun

Cunning, art, or skill, in a bad sense, or applied to bad purposes; artifice; guile; skill or dexterity employed to effect purposes by deceit or shrewd devices.

‘You have that crooked wisdom which is called craft.’; ‘The chief priests and the scribes sought how they might take him by craft, and put him to death.’;

Craftnoun

A vessel; vessels of any kind; - generally used in a collective sense.

‘The evolutions of the numerous tiny craft moving over the lake.’;

Craftverb

To play tricks; to practice artifice.

‘You have crafted fair.’;

Craftnoun

the skilled practice of a practical occupation;

‘he learned his trade as an apprentice’;

Craftnoun

a vehicle designed for navigation in or on water or air or through outer space

Craftnoun

people who perform a particular kind of skilled work;

‘he represented the craft of brewers’; ‘as they say in the trade’;

Craftnoun

skill in an occupation or trade

Craftnoun

shrewdness as demonstrated by being skilled in deception

Craftverb

make by hand and with much skill;

‘The artisan crafted a complicated tool’;

Craft

A craft or trade is a pastime or an occupation that requires particular skills and knowledge of skilled work. In a historical sense, particularly the Middle Ages and earlier, the term is usually applied to people occupied in small scale production of goods, or their maintenance, for example by tinkers.

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