Translation of industrial-strength in Spanish:

industrial-strength

Pronunciation: /ɪnˈdʌstriəlˈstreŋθ/

adj

  • 1.1 [solvent/cleaner/abrasive] para uso industrial 1.2 [deodorant/soap] superpotente
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    • I cannot comprehend what sort of moron could aim an industrial-strength firework at a block of flats full of old people.
    • I lie there in a sleeping bag on my foam pad, wrapped in an industrial-strength garbage bag, a goose-down scarf around my head, shivering.
    • The business of exploiting indigenous peoples and newer immigrants had now become an industrial-strength, three-ocean-coastline policy habit.

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