[ UK /ɪndˈʌstɹɪəlˌa‍ɪz/ ]
  1. develop industry; become industrial
    The nations of South East Asia will quickly industrialize and catch up with the West
  2. organize (the production of something) into an industry
    The Chinese industrialized textile production
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How To Use industrialise In A Sentence

  • Consequently, we lag all the other industrialized countries in buildout investment, even France!! — Comcast Appeals F.C.C. Sanction - Bits Blog -
  • Despite predictions of almost unbounded mobility, most people in industrialised nations are less physically active than ever before.
  • The industrialized world now contributes about $ 1 billion per year through bilateral aid programs to relieve urban congestion.
  • It is one of comparison between the northern, highly industrialised countries and the southern, less well developed economies.
  • With all of their manufactured steel, vulcanized rubber, and processed plate glass, Model Ts were selling at about 25 cents a pound - perhaps the best bargain in the industrialized world.
  • They moved to the city, away from their farm lives, to work in factories as America industrialized.
  • That is that industrialised agriculture in its current form is neither sustainable nor exportable to the Third World.
  • It modernized and industrialized at a fantastic rate, and agricultural production doubled between 1945 and 1974.
  • Steven explains how the land has been slowly drained, reclaimed, and industrialised.
  • Doctors would really have to go after the food industry, the medical industry, and the pharmaceutical industry and we'd all have to admit to the complete train wreck of what I call industrialized medicine. Alison Rose Levy: Robert Thurman: The Sacred Cows in the Health Care Debate
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