[kreyd-l-tuh-greyv] /ˈkreɪd l təˈgreɪv/
extending throughout one’s life, from birth to death:
a cradle-to-grave system of health care.
noun, Architecture. 1. .
[kraft, krahft] /kræft, krɑft/ noun, plural crafts or for 5, 8, craft. 1. an art, trade, or occupation requiring special skill, especially manual skill: the craft of a mason. 2. skill; dexterity: The silversmith worked with great craft. 3. skill or ability used for bad purposes; cunning; deceit; guile. 4. the members of a trade […]
[kreyd-l-ing] /ˈkreɪd l ɪŋ/ noun 1. framework for supporting a coved or vaulted ceiling. [kreyd-l] /ˈkreɪd l/ noun 1. a small bed for an infant, usually on rockers. 2. any of various supports for objects set horizontally, as the support for the handset of a telephone. 3. the place where anything is nurtured during its […]
- Craft apprenticeship
noun 1. a period of training for a skilled trade in industry, such as for a plumber or electrician