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industries, plural;
  1. Economic activity concerned with the processing of raw materials and manufacture of goods in factories
    • - the competitiveness of American industry
  2. A particular form or branch of economic or commercial activity
    • - the car industry
    • - the tourist industry
  3. An activity or domain in which a great deal of time or effort is expended
    • - the Shakespeare industry
  4. Hard work
    • - the kitchen became a hive of industry

  1. the people or companies engaged in a particular kind of commercial enterprise; "each industry has its own trade publications"
  2. the organized action of making of goods and services for sale; "American industry is making increased use of computers to control production"
  3. diligence: persevering determination to perform a task; "his diligence won him quick promotions"; "frugality and industry are still regarded as virtues"
  4. (industrial) of or relating to or resulting from industry; "industrial output"
  5. Industry refers to the production of an economic good (either material or a service) within an economy. ...
  6. Industry is an album by Richard Thompson and Danny Thompson released in 1997.
  7. Industry was a New Wave band formed in New York which recorded only three albums; Stranger to Stranger (1984) being the most popular.
  8. Industry (also known as Jon McL) is the first official release by American piano rock singer-songwriter Jon McLaughlin as a signed artist with Island Records. The four-song EP by Jon McLaughlin, released on February 20, 2007, contains songs from his May 2007-released debut album Indiana. ...
  9. The Rochester and Genesee Valley Railroad Museum (RGVRRM) is an operation of the Rochester Chapter National Railway Historical Society located in Industry, New York. The museum started in 1971 with the leasing of a former Erie Railroad Depot from the Erie Lackawanna Railroad. ...
  10. Ecology has been given importance in the state during the last few years. Industries becoming the cause of water or air pollution are not encouraged. Every industrial project has to be passed by the clearance of the Environment Protection Organization before its establishment. ...
  11. The tendency to work persistently; Businesses of the same type, considered as a whole; Businesses that produce goods as opposed to services; The sector of the economy consisting of large-scale enterprises; Automated production of material goods^[1]
  12. (Industrial) The use of a long barbell to connect two or more piercings. Generally, a set of piercings on the ear designed to hold a single piece of jewelry.
  13. The industrial sector is generally defined as manufacturing, construction, mining agriculture, fishing and forestry establishments Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) codes 01-39. ...
  14. (In·dus·tri·al) [in-'d&s-trE-&l]. Relating to industry; in this case, industrial practices refer how products are made and used.
  15. (INDUSTRIAL) non broadcast production, often educational or sales films tapes
  16. An industrial film is a film that is generally not shown in theaters. Rather, it is used for private marketing or educational purposes.
  17. (INDUSTRIAL) Greene Tweed a world leader in high technology sealing innovation has developed a labyrinth seal made with a carbon fibre reinforced PEEK™ polymer composite.
  18. (Industrial) An energy-consuming sector that consists of all manufacturing facilities and equipment used for producing, processing, or assembling goods. ...
  19. (Industrial) Canada (Toronto), 25 (1924–25): 84
  20. (Industrial) Design and implementation of the study is controlled by the pharmaceutical company.
  21. (Industrial) Includes tyres to be fitted on business vehicles for transport of goods an/or people (buses, lorries, trucks, agricultural machinery, etc.). The Industrial segment includes steel cord and agro businesses. The Industrial segment accounts for 30% of Pirelli Tyre sales.
  22. (Industrial) Includes warehouses and factories
  23. (Industrial) Pertaining to incentives available to owners of businesses in the manufacturing environment where incentives are given for improving the energy efficiency of a manufacturing process.
  24. (Industrial) Pertaining to the gainful activity of producing, distributing and changing the form of raw materials, or of assembling components and parts, packaging, warehousing, and transporting finished products.
  25. (Industrial) Service to customers who are primarily engaged in a process which creates or changes raw or unfinished materials into another form or product. This includes mining and manufacturing.