Translation of textile in Spanish:


textil, n.

Pronunciation /ˈtɛkˌstaɪl/ /ˈtɛkstʌɪl/

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    textil masculine
    (factory/industry/machinery) (before noun) textil
    (worker) (del sector) textil
    • Employment also fell in nondurable goods manufacturing industries, especially textiles, apparel, printing and publishing and rubber products.
    • Once hailed as a great manufacturing base, the decline of many widespread industries such as mining, textiles and heavy industry forced communities to re-focus and find new sources of employment.
    • The dominant industries are textiles and light manufacturing, as Guangzhou feverishly tries to keep pace with nearby Hong Kong.
    • Light industry, textiles, machinery and electronics have been hit badly by default of payment of inter-enterprise debt.
    • It doesn't have to be textiles, but textiles are the industry that has launched South East Asian nations into what is called industrialising countries.
    • Network governance is found in the most complex and dynamic industries like fashion textiles, movie making, electronics and biotechnology.
    • Hundreds of manufacturers in low-value industries such as textiles have set up production facilities in Morocco.
    • They are seeking work in the country's booming industries, such as manufacturing and textiles.
    • The large national concerns, which were mainly concentrated in the declining industries of textiles, shipbuilding, and steel, were intermittently protectionist in their demands.
    • Types of workers thus ranged from peasants who supplemented their income with domestic industry, usually in textiles, to highly skilled craftsmen in towns and cities who concentrated on luxury items.
    • While traditional industries such as textiles, mining and the automotive components sector have steadily declined, the aerospace sector has become the backbone of the regional economy.
    • Lord Sainsbury said technical textiles was ‘an industry of the future’ and that was why the Government wanted to give it the best possible conditions for innovation and growth.
    • In the days to come, successful businesses would have to go global, especially in areas such as agriculture, textiles, industry and information technology.
    • The decline and fall of the home care industry, textiles, heavy and light engineering proves that free trade and cheap goods are more powerful influences on our spending habits than emotions.
    • The underlying cause of trouble in Oldham, Burnley and Bradford is the collapse of industries such as textiles, bringing with it poverty and unemployment, he believes.
    • Apart from tourism, the town's main industry is textiles, with 20 factories employing about 4,000.
    • In some industries, most notably textiles, massive changes took place in technology and in the organisation of production causing dramatic productivity growth.
    • South Korea's current main investment areas are focused on labor-intensive industries such as textiles, footwear and garments.
    • During the early 1990s, much of the money went into such labor-intensive industries as textiles and toys.
    • Major industries in Flanders include textiles, automobiles, and chemicals.