noun as in manufacture/manufacturing
noun as in manufacturing
Zheng believes the country is in a better position than any other to take advantage of the space industry’s new need for mass production of satellites and rockets alike.
At Baidu World 2020, the company offered a glimpse into its next-generation AI processor, the Kunlun 2, which it plans to put into mass production in early 2021.
Last month he struck a deal with Canadian auto manufacturing giant Magna International to supply key components of the vehicle, with mass production planned to start in about two years.
Ushio, which has partnered with America’s largest lighting company, Acuity Brands, plans to begin mass production in late fall.
It looks good in the side-by-side videos the company has released, but obviously it’s worth reserving judgement until mass production starts next year.
Google itself has taken a break and put plans for mass production on hold.
Its adaptability and breeding capabilities ensured that it would be selected for mass production on an unimaginable scale.
“It was almost like mass production of a car,” Trump testified.
It ordered mass production of AK-47s for widespread issue to Soviet conscripts.
The mass production we see in the early work is notably absent—nothing is repeated, nothing is “Pop.”
The history of mass-production methods in the making of bibliographies has not yet been written.
It is not entirely clear whether Ersch himself had already adopted something like mass-production methods.
And in no time, penicillin was in mass production, saving untold thousands of lives.
That I am interested in the mass production of fabricated houses.
We must reorganize the repairing of our rolling-stock, on the basis of the mass production of spare parts.
On this page you'll find 46 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to mass-production, such as: accomplishment, assembling, assembly, casting, completion, and composing.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.