Translation of textile in Spanish:

textile

Pronunciation: /ˈtekstaɪl/

n

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  • textil (m); (before n) [factory/industry/machinery] textil; [worker] (del sector) textil
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    • Employment also fell in nondurable goods manufacturing industries, especially textiles, apparel, printing and publishing and rubber products.
    • Once hailed as a great manufacturing base, the decline of many widespread industries such as mining, textiles and heavy industry forced communities to re-focus and find new sources of employment.
    • The dominant industries are textiles and light manufacturing, as Guangzhou feverishly tries to keep pace with nearby Hong Kong.

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