Translation of industrial in Spanish:

industrial

Pronunciation: /ɪnˈdʌstriəl/

adj

  • 1.1 [area/town] industrial; [production/development/capacity] industrial; [architecture/design/engineering] industrial; [espionage] industrial industrial waste residuos (masculine plural) industriales
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    • Accordingly in 1939 only the more developed industrial nations could hope to exercise any significant degree of air power.
    • He spoke after the conclusion of the annual meeting of the Group of 20 industrial and developing nations near Beijing yesterday.
    • The death penalty has long isolated the United States among Western industrial nations.
    1.2 [alcohol] industrial; [diamond] natural, industrial
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    • Campus also distributes heating oil and industrial fuel.
    • In practice, these industrial laws are systematically designed to increase the atomisation - and thereby reduce the power - of working people.
    1.3 [Labour Relations/Relaciones Laborales] industrial accident accidente (masculine) laboral or de trabajo industrial dispute conflicto (masculine) laboral industrial injury lesión (feminine) laboral industrial psychologist psicólogo, (masculine, feminine) industrial industrial rehabilitation rehabilitación (feminine) industrial industrial union sindicato (masculine) industrial industrial unrest agitación (feminine) entre los trabajadores
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    • The Government has been arguing that it is this measure that will be the ultimate safeguard for citizens involved in peaceful protests and industrial strikes.
    • There is talk of how Bilbao, a small industrial town on the North coast of Spain, through its Guggenheim Museum.
    • A disused coal mine shaft was used for decades to dump hundreds of tons of industrial waste.

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