Definition of workshop noun from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

     

    workshop

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    BrE BrE//ˈwɜːkʃɒp//
     
    ; NAmE NAmE//ˈwɜːrkʃɑːp//
     
    Buildings, Manufacturing
     
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  1. 1 a room or building in which things are made or repaired using tools or machinery Synonymsfactoryplant mill works yard workshop foundryThese are all words for buildings or places where things are made or where industrial processes take place.factory a building or group of buildings where goods are made:a chocolate/​cigarette/​clothing factoryplant a factory or place where power is produced or an industrial process takes place:a nuclear power plant a manufacturing plantmill a factory that produces a particular type of material:a cotton/​paper/​textile/​woollen millworks (often in compounds) a place where things are made or an industrial process takes place:a brickworks a steelworks Raw materials were carried to the works by barge.yard (usually in compounds) an area of land used for building something:a shipyardworkshop a room or building in which things are made or repaired using tools or machinery:a car repair workshopfoundry a factory where metal or glass is melted and made into different shapes or objects:an iron foundryPatterns a car/​chemical/​munitions factory/​plant an engineering plant/​works to manage/​run a factory/​plant/​mill/​works/​yard/​workshop/​foundry to work in/​at a factory/​plant/​mill/​yard/​workshop/​foundry factory/​mill/​foundry owners/​managers/​workers See related entries: Buildings, Manufacturing
  2. 2a period of discussion and practical work on a particular subject, in which a group of people share their knowledge and experience a drama workshop a poetry workshop Wordfinderconference, delegate, exhibition, name tag, plenary, register, speaker, talk, venue, workshop CollocationsEducationLearning acquire/​get/​lack (an) education/​training/(British English) (some) qualifications receive/​provide somebody with training/​tuition develop/​design/​plan a curriculum/(especially British English) course/(North American English) program/​syllabus give/​go to/​attend a class/​lesson/​lecture/​seminar hold/​run/​conduct a class/​seminar/​workshop sign up for/​take a course/​classes/​lessonsSchool go to/​start preschool/​kindergarten/​nursery school be in the first, second, etc. (North American English) grade/(especially British English) year (at school) study/​take/​drop history/​chemistry/​German, etc. (British English) leave/​finish/​drop out of/ (North American English) quit school (North American English) graduate high school/​collegeProblems at school be the victim/​target of bullying (British English) play truant from/ (both British English, informal) bunk off/​skive off school (= not go to school when you should) (both especially North American English) skip/​cut class/​school (British English) cheat in/(North American English) cheat on an exam/​a test get/​be given a detention (for doing something) be expelled from/​be suspended from schoolWork and exams do your homework/(British English) revision/​a project on something work on/​write/​do/​submit an essay/​a dissertation/​a thesis/​an assignment/(North American English) a paper finish/​complete your dissertation/​thesis/​studies/​coursework hand in/ (North American English) turn in your homework/​essay/​assignment/​paper study/​prepare/ (British English) revise/ (North American English) review/ (North American English, informal) cram for a test/​an exam take/ (both British English) do/​sit a test/​an exam (especially British English) mark/ (especially North American English) grade homework/​a test (British English) do well in/ (North American English) do well on/ (informal, especially North American English) ace a test/​an exam pass/​fail/ (informal, especially North American English) flunk a test/​an exam/​a class/​a course/​a subjectUniversity apply to/​get into/​go to/​start college/(British English) university leave/​graduate from law school/​college/(British English) university (with a degree in computer science) study for/​take/ (British English) do/​complete a law degree/​a degree in physics (both North American English) major/​minor in biology/​philosophy earn/​receive/​be awarded/​get/​have/​hold a master’s degree/​a bachelor’s degree/​a PhD in economics
  3. Extra examples During the workshop, they each practised their part in the performance. Everyone in Personnel has attended a media skills workshop. He set up a workshop for his carving. I learned these new skills at a workshop on databases. In the one-day workshop, she taught us the importance of breathing exercises. The Careers Advisory Service will be running a series of workshops for students. The Institute will host a special two-day workshop on new building materials. The company holds regular skills development workshops. The workshop covered a wide range of issues. The workshop employs 25 full-time workers. We will be running a series of workshops for students. a workshop aimed at brainstorming new marketing ideas a workshop for teachers She was invited to participate in a poetry workshop on campus. The craftsmen worked in a freezing cold workshop. There are two management development workshops per year. There will be the opportunity for practical theatre work in drama workshops. a car repair workshop a drama/​poetry workshop
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