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Translation of "factory" - English-Spanish dictionary

factory

noun   /ˈfæk·tər·i/ ( plural factories)
A1 a building or group of buildings where things are made or put together fábrica a toy factory
(Definition of factory from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

factory

noun /ˈfӕktəri/ ( plural factories)
a workshop where manufactured articles are made in large numbers fábrica a car factory (also adjective) a factory worker.
(Definition of factory from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “factory”
in Korean 공장…
in Arabic مَصْنَع, مَعْمَل…
in Malaysian kilang…
in French usine…
in Russian завод, фабрика…
in Chinese (Traditional) 工廠…
in Italian fabbrica…
in Turkish fabrika…
in Polish fabryka, wytwórnia…
in Vietnamese nhà máy, xí nghiệp…
in Portuguese fábrica…
in Thai โรงงาน…
in German die Fabrik…
in Catalan fàbrica…
in Japanese 工場…
in Chinese (Simplified) 工厂…
in Indonesian pabrik…
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