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foundrynoun [C]

us   /ˈfɑʊn·dri/
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foundrynoun [C]

uk   /ˈfaʊndri/ us   plural foundries PRODUCTION
a factory where metal is melted and poured into specially shaped containers to produce objects: steel/iron/bronze/foundry Electric furnaces are used almost exclusively in the steel foundry.
a factory that produces microchips: The company, which contracts with chip foundries, expects to double its output capacity by year end.
(Definition of foundry from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “foundry”
in Vietnamese lò đúc…
in Spanish fundición…
in Malaysian tempat peleburan…
in Thai โรงหล่อ (โลหะหรือแก้ว…
in French fonderie…
in German die Gießerei…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鑄造廠, 鑄造車間…
in Russian литейный цех…
in Turkish dökümhane…
in Chinese (Simplified) 铸造厂, 铸造车间…
in Indonesian peleburan…
in Polish odlewnia…
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“foundry” in Business English

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