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manufacturer

noun [C]
 
 
/ˌmænjəˈfæktʃər/
PRODUCTION a company or country that produces goods in large numbers: a manufacturer of sth They are a manufacturer of computer parts for Hewlett Packard.leading/major manufacturer The company quickly became a leading manufacturer of TVs. a car/computer/clothing manufacturer Among manufacturers, sales and orders are at a 12-month high.
Translations of “manufacturer”
in Korean 제조사…
in Arabic مَصْنَع…
in Portuguese fabricante…
in Catalan fabricant…
in Japanese 製造業者…
in Italian produttore, fabbricante…
in Chinese (Traditional) 製造商,生產商(生產大批商品的企業)…
in Russian производитель…
in Turkish imalatçı, yapımcı, üretici…
in Chinese (Simplified) 制造商(大批量生产商品的企业)…
in Polish producent…
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