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factory
American English: /ˈfækt(ə)ri/
British English: /ˈfakt(ə)ri/

Translation of factory in Spanish:

noun plural -ries

  • (Business) a bomb factory (illegal)
    una fábrica clandestina de bombas
    (before noun) (inspector)
    factory prices (British English)
    precios (masculine plural) de fábrica
    precios (masculine plural) franco fábrica
    factory worker
    obrero, (-ra) (masculine, feminine)
    (de fábrica)
    Example sentences
    • Employers must put in place proper controls to protect workers from hazards in factories, on building sites and on farms.
    • You are free to wander at your own pace through nearly three-quarters of a mile of shop fronts, factories and other buildings.
    • Ford recently announced it will close four U.S. factories and a truck assembly plant in Canada.

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