manufacture

All Noun Verb
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  • While on the tour you can see how the glass is manufactured.
  • The watch was manufactured to his design and is still produced today.
  • It is made from the cast iron and very simple to design and manufacture.
  • The company, however, has yet to manufacture a product using the name.
  • Individuals and companies worldwide still manufacture parts, some long out of production.
  • No device has been manufactured with this version up to now.
  • The argument he gives is that people do not make an effort to manufacture words.
  • In the same area of the town, aircraft manufacture was an important industry, particularly during the war years.
  • This is one of the first places in the world where large scale manufacture of these materials took place.
  • It was still manufactured into the 1990s to support older designs that still used it.
  • Twenty years later, almost all the radio stations in the world were using similar technology manufactured by a number of companies.
  • Top-down and bottom-up are two approaches for the manufacture of products.
  • This saved space within the computer's case and allowed international versions to be more easily manufactured.
  • The firm manufactures light aircraft of its own design and under license.
  • The equipment might well be passed down in families, since it would have been expensive to manufacture.
  • The country's defense industry manufactures many types of arms and equipment.
  • The arms industry is a global business that manufactures weapons and military technology and equipment.
  • Although now a shadow of its former self, steel production and the manufacture of steel goods remain important.
  • This led to the development of the local railroad and large-scale manufacture of ice tools.
  • Each product that he or she manufactures has a separate profit chart.
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Meaning of manufacture

  • verb Put together out of artificial or natural components or parts; he manufactured a popular cereal"
    the company fabricates plastic chairs, They manufacture small toys
  • verb Produce naturally
    this gland manufactures a specific substance only
  • verb Create or produce in a mechanical way
    This novelist has been manufacturing his books following his initial success