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plant

noun
 
 
/plɑːnt/ US   /plænt/ PRODUCTION
[C] a factory or other place where goods are manufactured or resources such as energy are produced: The city is considering shutting down a major power plant for environmental reasons. A series of recent plant closures has left hundreds of people out of work. industrial/manufacturing/processing plant assembly/chemical/bottling plant
[U] large pieces of equipment and machinery that are used in manufacturing processes: plant and equipment/machinery Improved market conditions worldwide are driving investments in new plant and equipment.
→  See also assembly plant , manufacturing plant
Traducciones de “plant”
en coreano 식물…
en árabe نَبات…
en francés plante, installation, équipement…
en turco bitki, fabrika, atelye…
en italiano pianta…
en chino (tradicionál) 建築物/機器, 機器,設備, 工廠…
en ruso растение, завод…
en polaco roślina, zakład…
en español planta, equipo, maquinaria…
en portugués planta…
en alemán die Pflanze, die Anlage…
en catalán planta…
en japonés 植物…
en chino (simplificado) 建筑物/机器, 机器,设备, 工厂…
(Definition of plant from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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