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industrialized

[ in-duhs-tree-uh-lahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF industrialized
  • as inindustrial
  • as inmechanize

Synonyms for industrialized

  • mechanical
  • modern
  • technical
  • automated
  • business
  • factory-made
  • in industry
  • machine-made
  • manufactured
  • manufacturing
  • mechanized
  • smokestack
  • streamlined
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Antonyms for industrialized

  • domestic
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INDUSTRIALIZED

That is, you have brought Texcoco and Genoa to an industrialized culture.

India does not need to be industrialized in the modern sense of the term.

Kellonia had entered the age of industrialized culture, with the large individual owner a disappearing species.

AIDS impacted on the sense of invulnerability, assumed by individuals in industrialized countries as almost a right.

The goal is to enlist all available economic resources in the industrialized Free World-especially private investment capital.

It is obvious that this archaic order was utterly unable to face the tremendous competition of the industrialized West.

However, looking around the houses of the industrialized masses here, one can only be appalled at the inadequacy of civilization.

But what is demanded in a highly militarized or industrialized nation goes far beyond this very moderate degree.

"The same thing would happen in every industrialized nation on Earth," Artomonov went on.

The United States has the highest rate of teenage drug use of any industrialized nation.

WORD ORIGIN

1852, from industrial + -ize, or else from French industrialiser (1842), from Medieval Latin industrialis. Related: Industrialized; industrializing.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INDUSTRIALIZED

industrial

adjectiverelated to manufacturing
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