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steelworks
American English: /ˈstilˌwərks/
British English: /ˈstiːlwəːks/

Translation of steelworks in Spanish:

noun plural steelworks (+ singular or plural verb)

  • planta (feminine) siderúrgica
    Example sentences
    • Dreams entertained by some Party leaders of large-scale steelworks and munition factories and large-scale collective agriculture were irrelevant and dangerous.
    • During the Battle of Britain in 1940, Sheffield was a major target because of all the steelworks and the heavy manufacturing plants that dominated the city at that time.
    • The industrial sector includes an oil refinery, steelworks, and chemicals.

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