Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of workbench.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The idea is to display some of what's on the minds - and the "workbenches" - of OCLC Researchers.

    ResearchWorks Web Site

  • The idea is to display some of what's on the minds - and the "workbenches" - of OCLC Researchers.

    Archive 2004-02-15

  • This is better than top universities and the workbenches are the same as those used by Formula One teams.

    T&S news feed

  • I have set up a nice little workshop, with workbenches and a toolbox that holds enough tools to repair any problem that might come my way.

    Hopefulness

  • The workshop is an open space with exposed 30-foot ceilings and workbenches with neatly splayed tools.

    Custom Cycling's Big Wheel

  • I have set up a nice little workshop, with workbenches and a toolbox that holds enough tools to repair any problem that might come my way.

    Hopefulness

  • Rubin was fascinated by the workbenches and broken fixtures lying around, the wires and condensers and soldering guns and how all the spare parts were stored in different boxes.

    The Court of Modernism

  • Jenny swiped her badge to let them into a brightly lit space covered with workbenches and computer terminals.

    Rogue Oracle

  • She lay on one of the smaller workbenches, a pillow cradling her now feverish head and woolen blankets piled on her shivering form.

    GuildWars Edge of Destiny

  • She lay on one of the smaller workbenches, a pillow cradling her now feverish head and woolen blankets piled on her shivering form.

    GuildWars Edge of Destiny

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