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factory

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈfæktəri/ ( plural factories)
PRODUCTION a building or set of buildings in which machines are used to produce large amounts of manufactured goods: She works in a car factory.a cigarette/clothing/textile, etc. factory The textile factory used to be the biggest employer in town. Factory workers staged a walk-out last week in a dispute over pay. You can order your goods direct from the factory. →  See also bonded factory
Traducciones de “factory”
en árabe مَصْنَع, مَعْمَل…
en coreano 공장…
in Malaysian kilang…
en francés usine…
en turco fabrika…
en italiano fabbrica…
en chino (tradicionál) 工廠…
en ruso завод, фабрика…
en polaco fabryka, wytwórnia…
in Vietnamese nhà máy, xí nghiệp…
en español fábrica…
en portugués fábrica…
in Thai โรงงาน…
en alemán die Fabrik…
en catalán fàbrica…
en japonés 工場…
in Indonesian pabrik…
en chino (simplificado) 工厂…
(Definition of factory from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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