Bricolage meaning

brē'kō-läzh', brĭk'ō-
Something made or put together using whatever materials happen to be available.
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The process of making or assembling something from materials at hand.
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Something, esp. an artistic work, so made.
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(uncountable) Construction using whatever was available at the time.
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(countable) Something constructed using whatever was available at the time.
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Origin of bricolage

  • French from bricole trifle from Old French catapult from Old Italian briccola of Germanic origin
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • From Wiktionary