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industry

noun /ˈindəstri/ ( plural industries)
(any part of) the business of producing or making goods industria the ship-building industry The government should invest more money in industry. hard work or effort diligencia He owed his success to both ability and industry. industrial /-ˈdas/ adjective having, concerning etc industries or the making of goods industrial That area of the country is industrial rather than agricultural. industrialist /-ˈdas-/ noun a person who takes part in the running of a large industrial organization industrial a wealthy industrialist. industrialized /-ˈdas/ adjective ( (also industrialisedBritish)) (of a country) having a large number of industries industrializado the industrialized nations. industrialization noun ( (also industrialisationBritish)) industrialización industrious /-ˈdas-/ adjective busy and hard-working trabajador, laborioso industrious pupils. industrial action noun action taken by workers, especially a strike, when they are protesting against their employers huelga The union is threatening industrial action over a pay dispute. industrial estate noun an area of a town etc set aside for (the building of) factories. polígono/zona industrial industrial relations noun plural the relationship between the management and the workers in a factory etc. relaciones empresariales
(Definition of industry from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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