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metalwork

[met-l-wurk] /ˈmɛt lˌwɜrk/
noun
1.
objects made of metal.
Origin
1840-1850
1840-50; metal + work
Related forms
metalworker, noun
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Examples for metalwork
  • In the beautiful elevator, with the metalwork and the cherry-burl walls, he feels a solace.
  • It is a floor-to-ceiling metalwork screen flanked by two sculptures.
  • The collective sells handcrafted works ranging from stone carvings to metalwork and paintings.
  • Properly reinforce sheet metalwork as required for strength and appearance.
  • Cleans and polishes metalwork and porcelain bathroom fixtures.
  • Those specializing in metal do the design and fabrication of framework and clasps, and they rework and repair metalwork.
  • Jewelry: metalwork, gemstones, and animals are all represented in museum collections.
  • He performed metalwork for a number of customers including the church and city government.
  • The recovered objects comprised a wide variety of media, from painting and sculpture to textiles and metalwork.
  • The company is also able to do any and all custom metalwork, including heavy structural steel and decorative handrails.
British Dictionary definitions for metalwork

metalwork

/ˈmɛtəlˌwɜːk/
noun
1.
the craft of working in metal
2.
work in metal or articles made from metal
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