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Translation of "manufacturer" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

manufacturer

noun
 
 
/ˌmæn.jʊˈfæk.tʃər.ər/ US  /-tʃɚ.ɚ/
[C] a company that produces goods in large numbers
制造商(大批量生产商品的企业)
Germany is a major manufacturer of motor cars.
德国是汽车生产大国。
Products and producersBuying and selling in general
manufacturers [plural] companies that produce manufactured goods
生产厂家,制造商
Our kettle was leaking, so we had to send it back to the manufacturers.
我们的水壶漏了,得把它送回到生产厂家。
Businesses and enterprisesProducts and producersBuying and selling in general
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 Polish producent…
(Definition of manufacturer from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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