Traducción de factory-made en español:

factory-made

manufacturado, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈfækt(ə)riˌmeɪd/

Ver definición en español de manufacturado

adjetivo

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    manufacturado
    • The bridge decks have been constructed with the aid of standard factory-made precast pretensioned beams.
    • However, most Pont l'Eveque cheese produced today is factory made.
    • This is home-made pizza, not factory-made pizza.
    • Some are installed as a liquid while other types come as factory-made panels or foam board.
    • In the late nineteenth century, parents began to show affection for their children by purchasing factory-made toys.
    • The arrival of factory-made cotton clothes also had serious consequences for labourers.
    • If new factory-made doors or windows are too costly, you can install low-cost plastic sheets over the windows.
    • His firm purposely chose handmade equipment because factory-made tools were of lower quality.
    • Bagpipes are now factory-made, with drills guided by computers and fit together by teams of assembly-line workers.
    • More than a dozen nations have detected horse flesh in processed products such as factory-made burger patties, meat pies and meat-filled pastas.