late 12c., from Old English handgeweorc "work of the hand, creation," from hand (n.) + geweorc, collective form of weorc "work" (see work (n.)). Old English collective prefix ge- regularly reduces to i- in Middle English, and the word probably came to be felt as handy + work.
1. The architect stepped back to admire his handiwork.
2. We admired her exquisite handiwork.
3. Is this your handiwork?
这是你的手工 吗 ?
4. He stood back to admire his handiwork.
5. This explosion looks like the handiwork of terrorists.