Definition of heavy industry in English:

heavy industry

Syllabification: heav·y in·dus·try

noun

The manufacture of large, heavy articles and materials in bulk.
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  • In line with Soviet precedent, priority in investment was given to heavy industry, followed by light industries, with agriculture last.
  • But for heavy industry, the ability to finally pass on higher materials costs has been a boon.
  • North Korea inherited the bulk of heavy industry when the country was partitioned in 1945.

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