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industry

noun  /ˈɪn·də·stri, ˈɪnˌdʌs·tri/ us  

industry noun (PRODUCTION)

[U] the companies and activities involved in the production of goods for sale, esp. in a factory: business and industry

industry noun (TYPE OF WORK)

[C] a type of business: She’s worked in the banking and computer industries.

industry noun (HARD WORK)

[U] the quality of working hard: It takes industry and determination to complete a Ph.D.
industrialized
adjective  /ɪnˈdʌs·tri·əˌlɑɪzd/ us  
industrialized nations
industrious
adjective  /ɪnˈdʌs·tri·əs/ us  
Every employee is expected to be competent and industrious.
Traducciones de “industry”
en coreano 산업, 제조…
en árabe صِناعة, حِرْفة…
en francés industrie, travail…
en turco üretim, mamül, mal…
en italiano industria…
en chino (tradicionál) 生產, 工業, 產業…
en ruso промышленность, индустрия…
en polaco przemysł…
en español industria, diligencia…
en portugués indústria…
en alemán die Industrie, der Fleiß…
en catalán indústria…
en japonés 産業, 工業…
en chino (simplificado) 生产, 工业, 产业…
(Definition of industry from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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