Translation of cannery in Spanish:


fábrica de conservas, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkænəri/ /ˈkanəri/

nounplural canneries

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    fábrica de conservas feminine
    fábrica de enlatados feminine
    • It's coming to the end, the factories and canneries slowly sink into the grit.
    • She worked for years in the berry fields of Oregon as well as in local canneries and frozen food processing plants.
    • Foreign-born women staffed canneries, textile mills, and garment factories and worked as cooks and child-care providers for middle-class Americans.
    • In addition to gold mining and oil drilling, major industries include coffee, copra, cocoa, cattle, oil palm, timber and wood-chip mills, and tuna canneries.
    • He set up a cannery in Glencolumbcille with the parish priest Fr McDyer and got the local people growing vegetables.
    • Aside from all that writing, she has been a scaler in a salmon cannery, a reporter, photographer and darkroom manager for daily newspapers, a late show disk jockey and a communications consultant.
    • The company instead had contracted with a cannery in Peru, where asparagus is grown year-round, an acre yields three times as many spears and workers earn a tenth of what Rivera makes.
    • Built on the location of an old cannery, this new port is strategically located across from the entrance to Glacier Bay National Park.
    • He spends four or five days a week in the main cannery in Samutsakorn, southwest of Bangkok, with occasional visits to a smaller plant in Petchaburi.
    • He ran a hotel and resort that was once ‘the best and best-known vacation spot for coloured folk on the East Coast’; that was back in the 1940s, before the place was ruined by the stench of the canneries and the onset of integration.
    • Instead, Pago Pago currently hosts the StarKist and ‘Chicken of the Sea’ tuna canneries, making it the most important commercial fishing port under the American flag.
    • The Asian immigrant laborers were lured by the false promise of gold and wealth, only to sweat, work and die for pennies in the fields, mines, fish canneries, and railroads.
    • Over the years, there were seven lobster canneries on the Island, and during the lobster season people, mostly women from P.E.I., would come to work in them.
    • In other islands, where tourist resorts, a cannery, the airport, and other small industries are located, employees are provided with temporary accommodations.
    • Kumtor drew the line, however, at a request to build a cannery and fruit-drying facility so villagers could send their products to Siberia.
    • This was a good yield, but the cannery was only paying me $102 per ton.
    • The cannery is the last on the island, once a world fishery center with 16 canneries that processed tuna, salmon, herring and other fish.
    • Instead of selling your catch to a middle man, you would sell directly to the processor, eventually opening your own cannery.
    • Cultivars of chilli Anaheim, C. annuum, was developed in California c. 1900 for the new cannery at Anaheim.
    • The cannery brought in herring from other countries, but capelin had become the major industrial species.