workshop

[wurk-shop]
noun
1.
a room, group of rooms, or building in which work, especially mechanical work, is carried on.
2.
a seminar, discussion group, or the like, that emphasizes exchange of ideas and the demonstration and application of techniques, skills, etc.: a theater workshop; opera workshop.

Origin:
1555–65; work + shop

postworkshop, adjective
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workshop (ˈwɜːkˌʃɒp)
 
n
1.  a room or building in which manufacturing or other forms of manual work are carried on
2.  a room in a private dwelling, school, etc, set aside for crafts
3.  a group of people engaged in study or work on a creative project or subject: a music workshop
 
vb
4.  (tr) to perform (a play) with no costumes, set, or musical accompaniment

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Example sentences
Its eye cameras have become obsessed with the glowing red exit sign over the
  workshop's door.
One of the villagers had opened a workshop manufacturing pseudo-antique
  furniture.
Organize a grant-writing workshop with fellow graduate students so that other
  people can edit your work.
Softer imaginations blame a vaguer villain: workshop process among tables of
  people-pleasers.
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