Examples of industrialize in a Sentence
The government hopes to industrialize some of the agricultural regions.
Recent Examples of industrialize from the Web
Amid all this, the United States was a rapidly industrializing upstart looking to control North America.
Originally — and still precariously — done underground in garages with butane, cannabis extraction has now been industrialized through several techniques.
The G-20 summit brings together the leading industrialized and emerging economies that represent 85% of global GDP for discussions that will include terrorism, global trade, climate change and conflicts that have spawned a flood of refugees.
This disparity among the countries' pledges inflicts real losses on our economy now while our rivals continue to grow, industrialize and diversify at their own pace with no implementation costs.
There’s Piro, an underwater robot that can clean river basins and coastal areas, a necessity for newly industrializing parts of Asia.
Macron, a former investment banker, who also served as economy minister under President Francois Hollande, has struggled to connect with voters in the rural and de-industrialized areas of the country.
Now there are about 50 vineyards total—largely small-scale, family-owned, and non-industrialized.
Ralph’s cousin and business partner was Josiah Wedgwood, who industrialized the manufacture of fine pottery.
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First Known Use of industrialize
INDUSTRIALIZE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of industrialize for English Language Learners
: to build and operate factories and businesses in a city, region, country, etc.
INDUSTRIALIZE Defined for Kids
Definition of industrialize for Students
: to develop industries
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