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Translation of "manufacture" - English-Spanish dictionary

manufacture

verb   /ˌmæn·jəˈfæk·tʃər/ ( present participle manufacturing, past tense and past participle manufactured)
to make something, usually in large numbers in a factory fabricar, elaborar He works for a company that manufactures plastic products.
manufacture noun [no plural]   /ˌmæn·jəˈfæk·tʃər/
fabricación the manufacture of computers
(Definition of manufacture from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

manufacture

verb /mӕnjuˈfӕktʃə/
to make, originally by hand but now usually by machinery and in large quantities fabricar, confeccionar, elaborar This firm manufactures cars at the rate of two hundred per day.
to invent (something false) inventar He manufactured an excuse for being late.
manufacturer noun
a person or firm that manufactures goods fabricante He is a carpet manufacturer.
manufacturing noun
the business or producing goods in large quantities in factories manufactura, fabricación also adjective Manufacturing still has a key role to play in the country’s economy () the manufacturing industry/sector.
(Definition of manufacture from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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