shipbuilding

[ UK /ʃˈɪpbɪldɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈʃɪpˌbɪɫdɪŋ/ ]
NOUN
  1. the construction of ships
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How To Use shipbuilding In A Sentence

  • There's been a steady decline in smokestack industries such as shipbuilding and steel.
  • Price is attractive but this time we make decision to purchase mill shell from tallinn shipbuilding.
  • In February 1967 he introduced the Shipbuilding Industry Bill.
  • Received a hottish email from Jacqueline Bartlett of the St. Martins Booktown Initiative informing me that her Shipbuilding and Fishing village’s claim to bookishness is anything but bogus. St. Martins, New Brunswick Booktown: The Real Thing
  • Union bosses called on the Government to give a greater commitment to UK aerospace and shipbuilding industries when placing publicly funded orders.
  • According to the plan , the intending shipbuilding scale will reach 5 million DWT annually.
  • Clinker shipbuilding was a genuine craft, in which the shipwright remained close to his materials.
  • That opened a period of intense growth in scientific knowledge in the area of steamship mechanics, shipbuilding, hydrography and shipboard artillery.
  • However, Scotland's steel industry was over-reliant on the fluctuating fortunes of the British shipbuilding yards.
  • It gave a higher priority to shipbuilding, food production and the manufacture of tanks and aircraft than to supplying drafts to the army. The British way in Warfare - 1688-2000
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