Translation of industrialization in Spanish:


industrialización, n.

Pronunciation /ɪnˌdəstriələˈzeɪʃən/ /ɪndʌstrɪəlʌɪˈzeɪʃ(ə)n/

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    industrialización feminine
    • The process of urbanisation and industrialisation has accelerated rapidly in recent years.
    • The historian writes about the impact of industrialization on food production, processing and distribution.
    • The demands of the war stimulated industrialization.
    • Data on illness and mortality suggest that health conditions were worsening during early industrialization.
    • The rippling effects of the zone's economy accelerated the industrialization of surrounding countryside.
    • Due to industrialization, many changes were made in people's daily lives.
    • Before European industrialization in the nineteenth century, the companies generally found it difficult to sell such goods in large quantities.
    • In the early stages of the industrialisation process, both countries shared a common technology.
    • He said Government needs to develop a long term industrialisation strategy that would spell out a vision for the development of the sector.
    • Agricultural industrialization affects the location of people and economic activity in rural places and thereby community adjustments as well.